MC Tagwaye, Fashola, Others make list of Tinubu’s SAs

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No fewer than 14 persons are expected to make the list of 20 new appointees of President Bola Tinubu, as Special Advisers (SAs).

Though there is no official announcement of the appointments yet but an exclusive list revealed the names of popular artiste, Obinna Simon, aka MC Tagwaye, known for mimicking the immediate past president, Muhammadu Buhari, as the SA Arts and Entertainment.

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A former presidential aspirant, Adamu Garba II, has also been listed as S.A Digital Media and ICT, as well as immediate past Minister Babatunde Fashola as SA, Works and Housing.

Tinubu had on Tuesday requested senate approval of 20 new SAs, which the Red Chamber had also taken immediate action on.

The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, had said it was of utmost urgency that the President had his team to work with.

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Sources disclosed that the names had been computed, and were only waiting for the president’s approval.

Those expected to make the list also include; Hon. Dayo Adedeye, Water resources, Abdulaziz Abdulaziz, Media, Hajiya Zainab Abubakar Ibrahim, as S.A women’s affairs.

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Others include; Alabi Opeyemi Oladimeji, S.A innovation, Hon. Hamman Dikko, Education, Mr. Tosin Adeyanju, SDGs, Kabiru Abdulhamid S.A Youths, and Umar ibrahim as S.A Mineral Resources.

Hajiya Shafa Adam, Hon. Mike Masuaan and Hajiya Fatimah Abdullahi, also made the list as S.As on Investment, Agriculture, and Health respectively. 

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