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May 29: South West Women Task Tinubu on Composition of His Cabinet

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South West Yoruba women have tasked the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, on the composition of his cabinet upon assumption of office.

The women, in a letter signed by their leader, Iyalode Alaba Lawson, urged him to form a cabinet, made up of Nigerians of integrity, that will complement his efforts in the interest of the nation.

“My prayer for you is to have divine WISDOM to pick only those that will allow your Excellency’s political prowess to serve your people and our Nation Nigeria to materialise.

“A Yoruba adage says ‘Oba buburu ko si, ijoye buburu lo wa.’ You need people with INTEGRITY to join hands with Mr. President and report back truthfully,” she added.

Lawson, in a congratulatory letter to Tinubu, said, “What can we say unto the Lord, all we have to say is THANK YOU LORD. I congratulate Your Excellency for your success in the recent election. It is not by any human beings’ power, but JEHOVAH’s Grace.

“There’s time for everything under the sun. It’s your time and it must be used judiciously to turn things around positively for us all,” she added.

Wishing Tinubu well as the May 29 inauguration day draws near, Lawson said she and other Iyalodes across the region will pray for a successful tenure, adding that “No weapon fashioned against you shall prosper.

“You were born great and this has been proved without any doubt of this your six decades of existence on the Earth Planet.

“Congratulations Sir. Your leadership qualities are second to none, therefore the title “ASIWAJU” is very right leading the Oodua sons and daughters to the promised land,” she stated.

Felicitating the president-elect on his recent birthday, Iyalode said, “Happy birthday to a legend of our time and we pray for more useful years to steer the ship of Oodua Region aright.

“On behalf of all Yoruba women, both at home and in Diaspora, I say “‘Aseyi slam-dunk. Ododun I’anri orogbo ati omo obi, Ododun l’a o ma ri Asiwaju wa‘. Amin.”

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