Dokubo has also supported a number of the president’s measures, including the elimination of gasoline subsidies.
“Hold me liable if Ahmed Bola Tinubu fails. I make no apologies, Dokubo recently said.
“I have known him since 1992, and I am able to stand between him and the public and say this because I understand what he stands for.
“When he had the chance, my brother Goodluck should have removed the subsidies, but he didn’t.
“The same step Buhari could not take, and Tinubu took it from his first day at the office.”
Since taking office on May 29, Tinubu has met with a variety of stakeholders and organisations.
The president and Muhammad Sanusi II, the former emir of Kano, met on Thursday.
The president has also met with Goodluck Jonathan, a former leader of Nigeria, as well as lawmakers from the national assembly, governors from various states, Rabiu Kwankwaso, a former leader of Kano who is running for president of the NNPP in 2023, and other G5 members, including Nyesom Wike, a former governor of Rivers.