May 29: President-Elect Spokesman Onanuga Reveals Where Tinubu Will Govern Nigeria From

  • Bola Tinubu will not rule Nigeria from abroad, the president-elect spokesman Bayo Onanuga revealed
  • Onanuga made this disclosure while clearing the air regarding Tinubu ruling Nigeria from London like President Muhammadu Buhari
  • Meanwhile, Tinubu would take over the mantle of leadership from Buhari on Monday, May 29, 2023, and rule Nigerian for the next four years

The president-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmadu Tinubu will not govern the country from abroad, Bayo Onanuga, his spokesman disclosed.

Onanuga spoke on what the president-elect would most likely do in his first 10 days in office.

Where Tinubu will govern Nigeria from

Responding to some Nigerians who are saying that Tinubu may rule from London like President Muhammadu Buhari at a certain time, Onanuga said that won’t happen, Daily Trust reported.

On whether the president-elect would settle fully in Nigeria and face the challenges ahead, he said,

“I believe he would do so. But you know we now live in a global village, as they say.

“So, even if he is in Russia, he can hold zoom meetings and do all kinds of things. But I can assure you that he will be here physically to do his job. He will not be an absentee kind of president,” he added.

Coincidentally, both Tinubu and Buhari are currently in Europe.

APC releases Tinubu, Shetima pre-inauguration photographs days before May 29 reported earlier that the All Progressives Congress (APC) has released the official pre-inauguration photographs of the president-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his vice, Kashim Shettima ahead of the Monday, May 29th inauguration.

The photographs were shared on Twitter by Tinubu’s spokesman, Bayo Onanuga, on Saturday, May 13.

Onanuga further confirmed that the Presidential Transition Council (PTC) for Tinubu approved the photographs.

Tinubu’s staunch critic Bode George speaks on reconciliation with president-elect

In another development, the former Deputy national chairman of the People’s Democratic Party, (PDP), Chief Olabode George, has said that he bears no grudge against the former governor of Lagos state.

Over the years, George has been a major critic of the president-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and has threatened to go on exile if Tinubu becomes Nigeria’s president.

Speaking after meeting with the leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC), George commended the elders for the peace parley adding that it is a positive step towards a new Lagos.


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