Femi Gbajabiamila Resigns As House of Reps Member For Tinubu
Jameela News reports that Femi Gbajabiamila Resigns as Member of House of Representatives to Become Tinubu’s Chief of Staff
Former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has officially tendered his resignation as a member of the lower chamber of the National House of Assembly.
Jameela News learned that Gbajabiamila stepped down from his position to assume the role of Chief of Staff to President Tinubu. This appointment came into effect on Wednesday, June 14.
President Tinubu, after being inaugurated on May 29, handpicked Gbajabiamila for the crucial position of Chief of Staff, entrusting him with important responsibilities.
During a plenary session on Wednesday, Speaker Tajudeen Abbas formally announced Gbajabiamila’s resignation, which was conveyed through a letter.
Gbajabiamila has had an illustrious career in the Green Chamber, serving as a member for a remarkable 20 years since his initial election in 2003. His contributions to the legislative process and commitment to public service have been widely recognized.
As he embarks on this new chapter of his career as Chief of Staff, Gbajabiamila brings with him a wealth of experience and expertise in governance and legislative affairs. His appointment is expected to strengthen President Tinubu’s administration and drive effective governance.
We will continue to monitor and provide updates on the latest developments regarding Femi Gbajabiamila’s resignation and his new role as Chief of Staff.