The eventual results of the 2023 presidential poll made the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declare the former governor of Lagos State, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, as the President-elect of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and he will be sworn in on the 29th of May 2023. As he prepares for this spectacular day, there have also been talks that he is preparing his cabinets, which will be officially unveiled when he officially becomes the president of the country. Bwala Daniel, who is a legal practitioner, notary public, and barrister at Lincoln's Inn, London (NP), and a presidential spokesman to the Atiku Campaign Organization 2023, has revealed that trouble is looming ahead due to the Visa Ban that has been placed on some of the personalities that he is likely to appoint
The statement released by Bwala read, "There is trouble as some of the people Tinubu is likely to appoint into his cabinet have US visa bans." How can they perform their diplomatic functions, including accompanying him to UN functions? They also face the prospect of being dropped by Tinubu to pacify the US".
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