Jonathan’s Aides Nearly Collapsed Nigeria – Tinubu #Beekhaybee

The national leader of the All Progressives
Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, said it
would have been disastrous for Nigeria if
former president Goodluck Jonathan had been
re-elected in the March 28, presidential poll,
The Punch reports.
Tinubu was reacting to a statement by former
President Goodluck Jonathan that he had a
good team to work with when he was piloting
the affairs of the country.
He said the entire banking system would have
collapsed due to the several acts of corruption
perpetrated by Jonathan’s aides.
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Former president Jonathan’s appraisal of his
cabinet was contained in separate
congratulatory letters to the new President of
the African Development Bank, Dr Akinwunmi
Adesina; and the Vice-President of the World
Bank, Arunma Oteh.
Akinwunmi served as agriculture minister under
the Jonathan-led administration while Oteh was
the Director-General of the Securities and
Exchange Commission.
Meanwhile, Tinubu, has said that education is a
top priority of the administration of
President Muhammadu Buhari.
Tinubu disclosed this over the weekend at the
maiden convocation of Adeleke University, Ede
in Osun state, where he was awarded a
honorary doctorate degree in Political Science
and Diplomacy.