- Photos of Bola Tinubu surfaced online after he revalidated his APC membership on Saturday
- Nigerians with the eagle eyes are picking holes in the APC chieftain's registration form
- It was noticed that the date written on the form was February 9 which is still days away, even though Tinubu registered on February 6
The national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, on Saturday, February 6, went out to partake in the ongoing registration and revalidation exercise of his party.
After his registration, the APC chieftain posed for photographs which were later shared on social media.
Some Nigerians took their time to scrutinise these photos, and did they find what they were looking for? Sure they did. With their eagle eyes, some people spotted at least two errors.
March 29, is usually the day the APC leader marks his birthday but the date filled on the form was March 27, 1952.
Tinubu revalidated his membership of the APC on Saturday, February 6, but 09/02/21 was recorded as the date when Tinubu registered.
Nigerians react to the date on the form
A Twitter user who commented on presidential aide, Bashiru Ahmed's post:
"Did anyone see the date on the card?"
Another tweep gave reasons for the date, saying it has to be post-dated to a weekday/business day for it to be legal.
"It has to be post dated to a weekday/business day for it to be legal. Signed on Saturday but will take effect from 9 Monday."
Jibowu with the Twitter handle @Hassanfiriyoyo added:
"Check the date of the registration. Everything is wrong in Nigeria."
"Can someone look at the date of registration? It shows they are all liars."
"Lead by example! What happened to the day? Corruption everywhere."
Ex-lawmaker knocks Tinubu
Shehu Sani, a former lawmaker mocked Tinubu for his long-overdue silence on the brewing Fulani herdsmen-farmer crisis in the southwest.
In a tweet on Wednesday, February 3, the former lawmaker said the APC national leader's continuous hush over the ethnic tension generated by the eviction notice issued to the herders in Oyo and Ondo states is because he does not want to "lose his cap."
Sani said Tinubu's silence is a coward attempt by the Jagaban (Tinubu's pseudonym) to save his "caps and shoes.