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“Has anybody seen President Tinubu? The last time we saw him was on October 1st Independence Day Celebrations” – Reuben Abati asks (video)

Former presidential media aide and Arise TV anchor, Reuben Abati, this morning, raised questions over the whereabouts of President Tinubu.  According to Abati, the last time Nigerians saw President Tinubu was on October 1 independence day celebration. He said since then the Vice President, Kashim Shettima has been the one seen in public functions. He argued that the presidential aides are supposed to make sure the President appears on the front cover of newspapers everyday because “people have to know he is on top of the job.”Has anybody sighted President Tinubu because the last time we saw him was when he returned for the October 1 Independence anniversary and we saw him at the ceremony celebrating Nigeria at the Four court of the villa. Since then, there has been no council meeting, the President has not attended to some other things. The NDDC board has not been sworn in. The three Ministers cleared by the Senate, we have not heard any further news. We have not seen the President receiving visitors, having activities within the villa.It is very strange because one of the things you do in managing the President is you have to make sure that the President is on the front page of newspapers, constantly, regularly because the people have to know that he is on top of the job.”Watch a video of him speaking below     View this post on Instagram           A post shared by Lindaikejiblog (@lindaikejiblogofficial)  The post Has anybody seen President Tinubu? The last time we saw him was on October 1st Independence Day Celebrations – Reuben Abati asks (video) appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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