Tension Mounts in the Villa as Tinubu's Supporters Call for Gbajabiamila's Removal

By Mohammed Bello Doka

The Chief of Staff to President Bola Tinubu, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, finds himself in hot water amidst allegations of trading government appointments for personal gain. This development has sparked an uneasy calm in the presidential villa, as Tinubu's loyalists intensify their efforts to have Gbajabiamila removed from his position.

Information obtained by TheHintsNews reveals that there is a growing outcry among Tinubu's supporters, who firmly believe that Gbajabiamila's presence in the villa poses a threat to the President's administration. They argue that his alleged actions have already caused significant embarrassment and potential damage to the government's reputation.

The recent appointment of ten Resident Electoral Commissioners (REC) for the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Thursday further fueled the dissatisfaction among Tinubu's loyalists. It is alleged that Gbajabiamila had a hand in the appointment process, leading to suspicions of impropriety.

Among the newly appointed RECs is Mr. Etekamba Umoren, who will serve as the representative for Akwa Ibom state. While these appointments should have been cause for celebration, they have instead fueled concerns about Gbajabiamila's alleged influence over the selection process.

As tensions rise within the villa, Tinubu's loyalists are pushing for Gbajabiamila's swift removal to restore confidence in the government's commitment to transparency and accountability. They fear that any delay in addressing the situation may further erode public trust and jeopardize the success of Tinubu's administration.

The President, Bola Tinubu, now faces a critical decision that will determine the fate of Gbajabiamila and the future direction of his government. As the nation watches closely, all eyes are on the villa, awaiting the outcome of this unfolding political drama.

It remains to be seen how Tinubu will navigate this challenging situation, balancing the interests of his loyalists with the need for a stable and effective government. The next few days will undoubtedly shape the course of his presidency and determine whether the uneasy calm in the villa can be restored.


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  1. How true are these assertions? This is too sensational, as no single name or names of the so-called loyalists are mentioned in the who post. Biko, reduce this sensational journalism a bit please! A stitch in time saves nine!!!

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