The spokesman for the dissolved Atiku Abubakar Presidential Campaign Organisation, Daniel Bwala, has said Nigerians who make themselves attack dogs for politicians are almost always never valued.
He stated that those whose jobs are to troll people on social media and insult them for a favour from politicians are not always cherished by the politicians when they settle to do business.
In a post via his verified Twitter handle on Sunday, Bwala remarked that such “attack dogs” would not be included in the lists of ministers or aides that would be appointed by President Bola Tinubu very soon.
He wrote: “When you see the purported lists of PBAT appointees today or tomorrow, ministers or SAs/SSAs, you will never see the names of Twitter tigers whose jobs are to troll people on social media and insult them for favour.
“One fact that Is clear and should be a lesson to all is that those who make themselves attack dogs for politicians are almost always never valued by the politicians when they settle to do business. Stay true to yourself and do you. You will be most valued by the silent majority, if not today, certainly in no distant time.”
Full List: Tinubu To Name 20 New Personal Aides As President Set To Appoint 42 Ministers
Barring any last-minute changes, President Tinubu is set to approve the appointments of 20 new Senior Special Assistants, Special Assistants, and Personal Assistants.
According to a document seen at the weekend by The Guardian, President Tinubu’s formal approval is being awaited before they are officially announced. Some of the nominees have actually started working in the assigned roles.
Those who made the proposed list of 20 expected to serve as Senior Special Assistants (SSAs), Special Assistants (SAs) and Personal Assistants (PAs) are:
Dr. Adekunle Tinubu – Personal Physician
Tunde Rahman – SSAP (Media)
Damilotun Aderemi – SSAP (Private Secretary)
Ibrahim Masari – SSAP (Political Matters)
Toyin Subair – SSAP (Domestic)
Abdulaziz Abdulaziz – SSAP (Print Media)
Otega Ogara – SSAP (Digital/New)
Demola Oshodi – SSAP (Protocol)
Tope Ajayi – SSAP (Media & Public)
Yetunde Sekoni – SSAP
Motunrayo Jinadu – SSAP
Segun Dada – SAP (Social Media)
Paul Adekanye – SAP (Logistics)
Friday Soton – SAP (Housekeeping)
Mrs Shitta-Bey Akande – SAP (Catering)
Nosa Asemota – SAP (Visual Communication and Personal Photographer)
Kamal Yusuf – PA (Special Duties)
Wale Fadairo – PA (General Duties)
Sunday Moses – PA (Videography)
Taiwo Okonlawon – PA (State Photographer).