Tinubu Warns Son, Seyi, and Others Against Interrupting FEC Meetings

Tinubu Warns Son, Seyi, and Others Against Interrupting FEC Meetings

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has warned his son, Seyi, and other unauthorized persons against interrupting meetings of the Federal Executive Council (FEC). The president said he had observed Seyi and other unauthorised persons breezing in and out of the federal cabinet meeting convened every week to discuss the most crucial issues of national importance.

Tinubu cautioned specifically that such activities must end, declaring that "unless I send for you, don’t come". The president's warning comes against the backdrop of concerns about the growing influence of his son in his administration. Some critics have accused Seyi of using his father's position to enrich himself and his cronies.

In the statement, Tinubu said he was determined to ensure that the FEC remained a forum for serious and focused discussions on issues of national importance. He said he would not tolerate any disruptions to the meetings, and that anyone who violated his directive would be dealt with accordingly.

The president's warning is a significant development, and it is likely to have a chilling effect on the activities of Seyi and other unauthorized persons who have been interfering with the FEC meetings. It is also a sign that Tinubu is determined to take control of his administration and assert his authority as president.

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