There is indication that President Bola Tinubu might have pencilled down Nuhu Ribadu as the National Security Adviser, NSA.
Shehu Sani, a former lawmaker gave the indication on Sunday.
Ribadu was a Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
Sani, in a post via his verified Twitter handle, said that Ribadu would be faced with the challenge of addressing the nation’s security issues.
He wrote, “The appointment of Nuhu Ribadu as the new NSA is commendable.
“I was quiet aware of the vicious and envious persons who ensured that Ribadu was denied any appointment in the last eight years because of the reason that he was not a buharist.
“The challenge before him is addressing our security challenges. I wish him all the best.”