Adams Oshiomhole, senator representing Edo-north, says President Bola Tinubu will achieve feats that his predecessors could not attain. Speaking with NAN on Wednesday, Oshiomole said Tinubu is already laying a solid foundation for development in the country, noting that the president has broken many grounds since he assumed office. He added that the president has also broken the jinx in the federal capital territory (FCT) ministerial appointment by appointing Nyesom Wike as the minister.
“This singular move shows that anyone can become a minister regardless of their birthplace, tongue and dialect,” Oshiomhole said. “For me, one of the ground-breaking decisions President Tinubu has taken is to give every part of Nigeria hope that regardless of your birthplace, tongue or dialect, you can be the minister of the FCT. “Many people didn’t think it was possible. We give thanks to God for giving us such a president that opens his doors to anyone who wishes to see him and who has information to share. “We give thanks to God for having a president who has listening ears for whoever has something to tell him.
“One tree cannot make a forest; the quality of ministers and the leadership they provide in their respective ministries are what translate to whether the government performs or not. “May this government be credited as the one that fixed what others could not fix.
“This will not be a government of lamentation, but one that will do what others failed to do.” He also lauded Tinubu for appointing Abubakar Momoh as the minister of Niger Delta development, saying it was an honour done to Edo.