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Cabals Are Respectable Nigerians, They Deserve Respect – Garba Shehu 

The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr Garba Shehu (file picture)


The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr Garba Shehu, has denied claims that cabals are highly effective individuals controlling President Muhammadu Buhari in key determination making.

Shehu, who was a visitor on Channels Television’s Politics Today on Wednesday stated opposite to beliefs that cabals manipulate the President, they’re respectable Nigerians who deserve respect as a result of they’ve achieved quite a bit.

The presidential aide who accused Nigerians of coining the phrases recalled that individuals believed former Presidents Umaru Yar’adua and Goodluck Jonathan’s cupboards had been influenced by cabals.

“A lot of people who are being dragged into this cabal thing, they are respectable Nigerians who have achieved a lot for themselves and for the nation. They are not there as hungry people who are there to grab things for themselves,” he stated.

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Shehu who famous that it’s a privilege appointed into the President’s cupboard stated one wouldn’t have been chosen by the President if not for belief.

He, due to this fact, warned that Nigerians to not model individuals cabals just because they provided to serve the nation by being near the President.

“Nigerians have formed the practice by labelling people that are in some advisable positions of the President as a cabal.

“People (cabals) should not be labelled negatively simply because they have offered themselves to support the President of this country,” he said.

His feedback come lower than every week he reportedly stated there may be nothing flawed in having ‘cabals’ across the President Buhari within the every day working of the federal government.

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