Tinubu Issues Warning to Son, Seyi, Regarding Unwarranted Access to FEC Meeting

President Bola Tinubu has issued a stern warning to his son, Seyi, and other unauthorized persons to stop disrupting the meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC).

The president expressed his displeasure at the frequent intrusion of Seyi and others into the federal cabinet meeting, which is held weekly to deliberate on the most important national issues.

He said such activities must cease immediately.

“I saw the photographer of my son, Seyi, sitting behind in this Council last week. That is not acceptable. I will tell you who are allowed to be here,” he said.

He named his Special Advisers on Policy Coordination, Hadiza Usman; Information and Strategy, Bayo Onanuga; Principal Private Secretary, Hakeem Muri-Okunola and Private Secretary, Damilotun Aderemi as the only exceptions.

“Those are the people who have the permission to be here when we are conducting the nation’s business. Don’t come unless I invite you. Secretary to the Government and Head of Service, please take note.

“No one else has the privilege to sit in this (Council Chambers), except those four that I have mentioned,” the President said.

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