Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, has urged critics of the President Bola Tinubu administration over his ministerial nominations to not carry emotions into politics.
Omokri, who made this submission via his X handle on Thursday, stated that political choices always come with consequences.
According to Omokri, if a political leader decides to reward a zone that did not vote for him with more ministerial slot at the expense of the zone that did, then his votes from that region would be reduced in the next election.
The Peoples Democratic Party stalwart opined that as long the constitutional requirements for each zone are met them no one should complain about the number of ministers from each zone.
He wrote, “Political choices have consequences. If a zone that did not vote for you is rewarded with extra ministerial slots at the expense of zones that voted for you, you are automatically going to reduce your votes in those zones that voted for you in the next election, and there is no guarantee that the zone you are trying to please will fill the void of what you will lose.
“I don’t know why people carry emotions into politics. Logic will always triumph over sentiments. As long as the constitutional requirements are met for each zone, nobody can complain.
“But if they are not met, I will be the first to come out guns a-blazing. But that is not the case here. You reap what you sow in religion, politics, and relationships.”