Hon. Mayowa Akinfolarin hails Gbajabiamila appointment as Tinubu’s COS
Federal Lawmaker Representing Ile-Oluji/Oke-Igbo federal constituency has hailed the emergence of Rt. Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila as the new Chief of Staff to president Bola Tinubu.
He made this known through a press statement signed by him on Saturday.
Congratulations on Your Appointment as Chief of Staff to President Bola Tinubu
“I write to extend my warmest congratulations on your recent appointment as the Chief of Staff to President Bola Tinubu. This prestigious position is a testament to your exceptional leadership qualities, unwavering commitment, and remarkable contributions to our great nation.
“Your appointment comes as no surprise, as your track record of public service has been exemplary. Your dedication to the betterment of our society and your tireless efforts in advocating for the interests of the Nigerian people have earned you the respect and admiration of many.
“As a distinguished legislator and a true advocate for the people, I have had the privilege of witnessing firsthand your immense capabilities and dedication to upholding the values of good governance and national development. Your wealth of experience, astute decision-making, and unwavering integrity will undoubtedly serve you well in this new role.
“I am confident that under your guidance and leadership, the Office of the Chief of Staff will continue to thrive as a bastion of efficiency, strategic thinking, and inclusive governance. Your ability to foster collaboration, bridge divides, and find innovative solutions to complex challenges will undoubtedly contribute to the realization of President Tinubu’s vision for our beloved country.
“Please accept my heartfelt congratulations once again on your well-deserved appointment. I have no doubt that you will excel in this new role, and I look forward to witnessing the positive impact you will undoubtedly make in shaping the future of our nation.
“Wishing you every success and fulfillment in your new position as Chief of Staff”, he said.