A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chimaroke Nnamani, has been listed as a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential campaign council.
The senator is not known to have announced his exit from the PDP, before his appointment into the APC campaign.
“I had cause to engage with him on jobs for Enugu spouses. In the education sector, he introduced Tutor General and raised the bar for teachers,” Mr Nnamani tweeted.
“When Bola Ahmed Tinubu was governor, Lagos State’s IGR rose from N600 million per month to over N8 billion per month. He had an impressive track record as a governor.
“His state contributed more than 30% to our country’s GDP, accounted for more than 65% of industrial investment in Nigeria, 80% of its international trade, and collected more than 60% of the country’s value-added tax.
“He left a lasting legacy of hard work in Lagos State in infrastructure (roads and housing).
He said, “I believe they are unwarranted, extremely unprofessional, and have no place in our polity. As the GenZ grows and Nigeria merges with the new world, they will cry at the foibles of their progenitors.”
Mr Nnamani is, however, yet to react to his appointment into the APC campaign.
source: Premium Times