Nigerians warn as members of the National Assembly pay President Tinubu a visit in Lagos.

Nigerians warn as members of the National Assembly pay President Tinubu a visit in Lagos.On Monday, in observance of Sallah, members of the National Assembly visited President Bola Ahmed Tinubu in Lagos State. The President met with the group at his Ikoyi home, which was led by Speaker of the House of Representatives Tajudeen Abbas and Senate President Godswill Akpabio.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

The visit, which has sparked reactions from Nigerians, was documented on the official Presidency X handle (formerly known as Twitter) @NGRPresident.

The post, which included several photos of the event, read: “President Tinubu Receives Members of the National Assembly Led by the Senate President and Speaker.”

The legislative leaders’ visit is seen as a gesture of goodwill and unity, underscoring the importance of national cohesion during significant cultural and religious celebrations.

The images shared online depict a warm and convivial atmosphere, with President Tinubu and the lawmakers engaging in discussions and celebrating the occasion together.

Public reactions to the visit have been mixed, with some Nigerians expressing approval of the lawmakers’ gesture, while others remain critical of the political class.

The event has nonetheless highlighted the ongoing interactions between Nigeria’s executive and legislative branches.

Nigerians reacts to the news:CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>