The Nigerian Labour Party (LP), has dismissed the Ministerial list of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu as a mere list which would not make any impact on the lives of Nigerians.
President Bola Ahmed Tinubu had communicated with the national assembly in consonance with the law of the land that required him to present the list of ministers within 60 days after his inauguration to the National Assembly.
The list contained 28 Nigerians whom he wants to administer the country alongside his presidential mandate, as he embarks on the four year journey.
Chief Spokesman of the Labour Party Presidential campaign council, Tanko Yunusa, said the list does not in any way concern the Labour Party and as such does not inspire any reaction from the party as it is still in court contesting the mandate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate as winner of the February 25, 2023 elections.
His words: “We are challenging the legitimacy of this government. In that case, if we are to make any comment, it will be a general comment.
“Not in the terms of saying we are making it on the administration. As far as we are concerned whether the ministerial list is out or not, we are not perturbed in any way.
“We only observe it any other Nigerian would observe it and until after our court case, then, we will be able to make our satisfactory analysis on anything that has happened when we are in tandem with the court.
“As it is now, we can only make any observation as many Nigerians whether they come up with the list or not, it does not perturb us at all, already Nigerians are battling with the recent implication of the administration’s decision. how does the list improve the situation?