May 29: Sanusi Reveals 2 Things Tinubu Must Do On Getting to Office

  • Muhammadu Sanusi, the former emir of Kano, has told the incoming administration of Bola Tinubu to avoid the mistakes of his predecessors
  • The former governor of the CBN told Bola Tinubu, the president-elect, that for his administration to flourish, he must appoint competent people to positions
  • Sanusi said it was not too early to ask for what to expect from the incoming Tinubu’s administration since it would be inaugurated on May 29

FCT, Abuja – Former Emir of Kanu, Muhammadu Sanusi, has told Bola Tinubu, the president-elect, to avoid the mistakes of past governments in his appointments so that his administration can flourish.

The former emir of Emir made the call at a book launch and policy conversation in Abuja on Tuesday, May 9, The Cable reported.

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Sanusi tells Tinubu how his cabinet should look like
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At the event, which was organised by the Carnegie Africa Program and partnered with Agora Policy, the economist said he was looking forward to the list of ministers that Tinubu would appoint.

The event was themed “How Nigeria can build a post-oil economic future”.

The former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) also called on the incoming Tinubu’s administration to protect government institutions from politicians’ excesses.

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Sanusi said:

“For us to make progress in this country, we have to learn from the good and the bad. We have to see what we did right. We also have to look at where we went wrong in a very smart manner.”

He noted that if we failed to understand where we went wrong as a country, it would be difficult for us to trace back our footsteps and make corrections.

Sanusi said it was not too late to start mentioning what to expect from the incoming administration since it would come into power on May 29.


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