Former Minister, Dare thanks Tinubu over the appointment of Zacchaeus Adedeji Adelabu as Special Adviser -Says President is a staunch reformer


The immediate past Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Chief Sunday Dare, has described the appointment of Mr. Zacchaeus Adedeji Adelabu as Special Adviser Revenue, as another example of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s famed penchant for finding, grooming and enabling competent hands.

He said the appointment further shows how blessed the people of Oyo State are for their son to be found worthy of a place in government amongst the first set of appointments.

“I must thank Mr. President for finding a worthy son of Oyo state for this novel appointment,” Chief Dare said. “Mr Adelabu’s competence and innovative mind are not in doubt. He performed excellently at his role in Oyo state as the Commissioner of Finance and opened up new vistas of revenue for the state. Again Mr. President you have shown your knack for finding, developing and empowering young, brilliant minds. This is you doing what you do best and I am extremely happy with this choice.”

The Minister further stated that no of our leaders in recent times has come to power fully prepared like President Bola Tinubu. 

“The last few weeks is a validation of preparedness of President Tinubu for this great assignment. For years, he studied the challenges and the opportunities of the country and as a reformist per excellence, he went straight to work with that knowledge and is building a formidable team to take Nigeria to global excellence and respect.

“Under President Tinubu’s leadership, Nigeria is set for greatness and the nation should be excited for the future. There will be some rocky days but the goal of prosperity for all, sustainable peace and unity will be achieved. He is a goal getter and I’m certain that our Youth will be inspired by his extraordinary mind and his obsession for collective success.”
Signed: Dare Media Office, DMO.

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