Let Him Resign, We Need A Magician -Oluremi Tinubu’s Comment On Husband Not A Magician Sparks Reactions

Let Him Resign, We Need A Magician -Oluremi Tinubu’s Comment On Husband Not A Magician Sparks Reactions

The comment made by the First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu, about her husband at the Interdenominational Church service marking Nigeria’s 63rd Independence Anniversary, has sparked reactions online.

Speaking at the church service at the National Christian Centre on Sunday, Mrs Tinubu stated that her husband is not a magician but is committed to amending the issues the nation faces.

Reiterating her husband’s commitment to the nation’s advancement, the First Lady revealed that the president had been in talks with international communities and investors to recalibrate Nigeria’s position on the global stage.

The wife of the president also asserted that the current administration did not create the problems it faces but has inherited them from years past.

She said: “All we inherited are things that had happened many years ago. We are not here to put blame on any administration but to fix what has been damaged.

“My husband is not a magician; he is going to work, and I believe and hope that we will have peace in this country; the best is yet to come to us.”

However, some netizens, who took to social media, knocked the wife of the president for the statement, saying that the president had asked Nigerians not to pity him.

See some of the reactions below.

@blessed_ajoke wrote: “Is that the reason things are getting worse?

@iam_mmad wrote: “Your husband is not a magician? Then how come he won the election?

@ola_bode42 wrote: “So how did he win the election if he’s not a magician.”

@LawrenceOkoroPG wrote: “Yes, we are aware… But we ain’t aware of his gender. That’s just the problem.

@Xhaki_C wrote: “Thought una say baba is capable which makes una stand on his mandate. So, how did he graduate from Chicago he makes university degrees appear from nowhere.

“He dumps our naira to 1$/N1000. Even the cassava, garri, Iwa ati agbado wey him promise us? If all these aren’t magic to you, then maybe the definition of a magician has changed lately, and we didn’t even notice.

@imteeboi wrote: “Tell them. We support you and your husband. Keep up doing your best.”

@DGiantOfAfrica wrote: “Please let him resign. We need a magician.”

@Kekung__ wrote: “Them don start. Give me give me.. them no give you, you now steal am. Now na excuse. Buhari Promax loading.”

@CreativeOliverr wrote: “Mumu people, like husband like wife. When he was shouting EMILOKAN, he didn’t know he was not a magician.”

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