During an interview on TVC News Sunday Politics, Ajuri Ngelale, the President’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, offered assurances that President Bola Tinubu’s administration is fortified against the influence of cabals, a concern that has plagued previous administrations.

Ngelale underscored Tinubu’s professional credentials as a seasoned accountant and auditor, highlighting his deep understanding of governance mechanisms at both federal and sub-national levels. He emphasized Tinubu’s accessibility, stating that no individual within the Presidency holds a monopoly over the information reaching the President. According to Ngelale, Tinubu maintains direct communication with key stakeholders such as heads of intelligence agencies and anti-graft bodies, ensuring a transparent and inclusive decision-making process.

Ngelale’s remarks suggest Tinubu’s determination to prevent the formation of cabals, drawing on lessons from past administrations. Tinubu’s administration appears committed to fostering transparency and accountability, aiming to avoid the pitfalls of centralized power and promote a more participatory approach to governance.