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Are these some of Tinubu’s men?

By Guardian Exclusive
21 May 2023   |   11:45 am
Since winning the recently concluded presidential election in Nigeria’s 2023 general election in March, a lot of speculation has surrounded who will play major roles in the cabinet of President-Elect Bola Ahmed Tinubu. According to numerous sources, party stakeholders, long-time associates, elder statesmen, and ex-governors are already engaged in intense lobbying for key positions, including ministerial appointments and other juicy offices. GuardianTV takes a look at some names that might play significant roles when the new administration is sworn in after May 29.

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