Tinubu’s fall at Eagle Square: Atiku, Bwala, Shehu Sani, others responds

PM News reports that responses have been triggered by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s fall on Wednesday morning in Abuja during the military-organized parade. When it happened, Tinubu was trying to get onboard a car in order to go around Eagle Square. He tripped and collapsed as he was about to get into the open-roof car, but his security assistants came to his rescue quite swiftly. READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

It appeared that his shoe may have become entangled in his Agbada, or flowing robe, as he was about to enter the vehicle. However, President Tinubu remained unruffled by the incident and proceeded to tour Eagle Square in the vehicle before taking his seat to observe the military’s Democracy Day parade.

Confirming the incident, Dada Olusegun, the special assistant to the president on new media, stated, “Mr President missed his step while climbing into the truck at the June 12 Democracy Day celebration and tripped. It was a mild misstep. He immediately went on with the ceremonial rounds. No issues.”

Following the President’s stumble, numerous individuals expressed sympathy, highlighting that such occurrences are common even among world-class leaders.

Comrade Shehu Sani, a pro-democracy activist and former senator from Kaduna, remarked that such incidents are not unusual, citing similar occurrences involving other leaders.

Similarly, former vice president Atiku Abubakar extended his “sincere sympathy” to President Tinubu over the incident.

On the other hand, Daniel Bwala, a popular social media personality, criticized those attempting to politicize the incident, emphasizing that it was a simple misstep.

Meanwhile, Pastor Okezie pointed out that presidents, like everyone else, occasionally stumble and fall, asserting that President Tinubu’s ability to recover swiftly and continue demonstrates his fitness.

Bayo Onanuga, the special adviser to the president on media and information, also downplayed the incident, noting that President Tinubu promptly resumed his activities after the mishap.READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>