Don’t forget those who sacrificed for your victory, Foundation tells Tinubu 


President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has been advised not to jettison the reward system he introduced to Nigeria’s political system, especially for party men and women who worked round the clock for his victory in the 2023 presidential elections.

Founder, Musa Wada Foundation, Comrade Musa Wada, made the appeal in Abuja Thursday against the backdrop of alleged neglect of the All Progressives Congress Deputy National Women Leader, Hajia Zainab Abubakar Ibrahim, in appointments given to loyal party members by the president.

According to Comrade Wada, people like Hajia Zainab Ibrahim ought to be rewarded by Mr President because she worked hard for APC’s victory in the last elections.

Wada maintained that a lot of women and women groups fought tooth and nail to ensure that President Tinubu ascended the coveted office of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

He said, “In the build up to the 2023 presidential campaigns of the APC, one woman that stood out as an elegant stallion, an Amazon, crisscrossing the length and breadth of the 19 northern states by road, and threading unbeaten paths and braving the odds of the insecurity prone areas with the gospel of Asiwaju/Shettima is none other than Hajia Zainab Abubakar Ibrahim, the Deputy National Women Leader of APC, and her teeming supporters”.

“Even before that, Hajia Zainab had displayed exceptional leadership qualities as the Deputy National Women Leader, supporting every National Women Leader that came on board, and aligning herself with the overall agenda for the women. She has indeed paid her dues to the success story of Asiwaju’s victory at the polls.

“She performed creditably at the APC National Working Committee from Taraba state in the North-east. Her ability to mobilise the womenfolk and put herself on the forefront of all issues that concern women, her humane disposition, her intimidating political background and academic resume, and her zeal to serve humanity are second to none.”