Tinubu appointed worst ministers since 1999 – Human rights activist, Adeyanju

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Human rights lawyer Deji Adeyanju criticized President Bola Tinubu for appointing what he considers the worst set of ministers since 1999.

Adeyanju pointed out that there is not a single credible person in Tinubu’s government that can effectively communicate with the Nigerian people.

A statement from the presidency claimed that A.P Moller-Maersk shipping company had promised to invest $600 million in the Nigerian seaport industry after Tinubu’s meeting with Robert Maersk Uggla on April 28.

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“Danish shipping company, A.P Moller-Maersk plans $600m investment in Nigeria. Danish shipping and logistics company A.P Moller-Maersk has disclosed a planned investment of $600 million in Nigeria to accommodate more container shipping services in Nigerian ports,” Onanuga wrote on X.

However, Maersk officials have denied any such agreement or deal with the Nigerian government.

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Onanuga, who initially shared the news on social media, later deleted the post.

Amid the controversy, Onanuga clarified that there was no signed agreement between the Nigerian government and Maersk.

However, posting on X, Adeyanju wrote: “The Tinubu government does not have one credible person that can speak for it and Nigerians will listen or believe them.

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“The government is filled with folks that lack credibility and the worst set of ministers since 1999.”

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