All Progressives Congress (APC) chief Veronica Adesotu has pleaded with President Bola Tinubu to make sure that women are fairly represented in his administration.
Adesotu, the founder of the APC Female Aspirants 2022/2023 Forum, made the statement during a Thursday interview in Abuja with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
She claimed that by doing this, Tinubu would provide women the chance to properly fill their quota in the nation’s development.
She claimed that the APC Female Aspirants Forum included women with strong intellectual capacities who were prepared to use their knowledge and inspiring spirit to advance the country.
She added that it was essential for the country to advance and to carry out the goals of Tinubu’s Renewed Hope agenda for them to be included in the cabinet and other important posts.
She claimed that despite the doubts of certain APC female members, faithful APC members still have faith in Tinubu to win the election on February 25.
Female APC politicians who supported Tinubu, according to Adesotu, a former candidate for the Aniocha North seat in the Delta House of Assembly, should be paid with political jobs.
She asked Tinubu to choose his ministers and other key officials without regard to personal feelings, stating that only deserving, devoted party members should be taken into consideration.
Adesotu argued that Tinubu should implement policies and initiatives that would enhance the welfare of Nigerians in order to clear his name of the malicious accusations made against him prior to the elections.
She expressed optimism that like he did when he was governor of Lagos State Tinubu would make history and turn around the fortunes of Nigeria.
“In rebuilding this nation in line with his Renewed Hope agenda, let him rewrite his name in the golden book of history by enthroning good government in the interest of all Nigerians.
The APC must be viewed as the forerunner of good governance, progress, light, and growth since Nigerians are likely to witness a new order of change.The future of the nation’s youth cannot be jested with at this time; waiting is risky.
“As a good father, it is time for Tinubu to leave a good inheritance of good governance and development for Nigerians,” she remarked.. (NAN)