Femi Gbajabiamila has lost everything it’s takes for a Chief of staff to a President to support his boss in achieving electioneering campaign promises.
A man who has built his career on corruption and gross abuse of office with his actions and in actions.
Many had spoken and more had shown how the former speaker of the House of Representatives has continued to turn political office into a trade affair, by exchanging dollars for the appointment of people who do not merit to be appointed.
Just as it was shown while he tried to fix one of his loyalists into the Blue economy where he planned to take every goodies in the Ministry for his already failed ambition of becoming the governor of Lagos state.
One can imagine a man who has betrayed the President being a chief of staff, is nursing an ambition of becoming the president of Nigeria in 2027, even when his boss is yet to spend a year on his first tenure.
This level of greed is obviously too much to comprehend how devilish his heart must have been.
He’s incompetency and level of corruption has been pointed which also has exposed our beloved President, which led the the president to have publicly instructed the Secretary to the Government of the Federation and Head of Service to help him sanitize the villa, just because he has failed him.
As a Chief of staff, is it not a shame that the President needed to instruct Hadiza Bala to monitor the performance of ministers.
What then is his duty if as a chief of staff he can’t monitor those working under him, what type of chief is he?, it’s obvious he’s only chiefing the dollar exchange for appointment.
Geekiya he’s a failure
The recent he has done is appointing his former chief of staff, Olarewaju Smart as the senior special assistant to Mr President on Intergovernmental agencies, an act that has been seen as a total gross misconduct and abuse of office.
People keep asking for how long will such a gullible and corrupt man continue to jeopardize the government fought for by many who right now have been neglected.
Ahmed Busari writes from the UK