Finally, APC Clears Air on Picture of Tinubu Meeting Biden, Reveals Strong Position

Finally, APC Clears Air on Picture of Tinubu Meeting Biden, Reveals Strong Position

  • Nigeria's main ruling party, the APC has revealed the truth behind the viral photo of Bola Tinubu and US President Joe Biden
  • In a statement by its campaign council, the APC maintained that the photo was photoshopped while noting it's the handiwork of Peter Obi's supporters
  • Meanwhile, A viral photograph showing Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and U.S. President Joe Biden in talks at the White House surfaced on Tuesday night

The All Progressives Congress (APC) campaign council has said that a photograph of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, its presidential candidate, and United States President, Joe Biden was photoshopped.

In a statement on Wednesday, November 30, Bayo Onanuga, the campaign’s director of media, alleged that the followers of Peter Obi, presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP) are behind the viral photo.

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FAKE NEWS ALERT: Picture of Tinubu meeting Biden is photoshopped, says APC campaign. Photo credit: Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu
Source: Facebook

APC clears the air

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Onanuga said:

“The apparently photo-shopped image surfaced Tuesday night, on the heels of news that Asiwaju Tinubu will embark on a foreign trip this weekend.
“Although America was listed among his destinations, according to an unofficial report that was widely shared, we can confirm that the APC presidential candidate was in Abuja all through Tuesday."

He is not scheduled to travel outside the country until the weekend for speaking engagements, Onanuga added.

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As reported by Channels TV, the bill was passed on Tuesday, November 29, at the senate following a unanimous vote from both the ruling and opposition party lawmakers.

Confirming the passage of the bill, United States President Joe Biden said:

“With today’s bipartisan Senate passage of the Respect for Marriage Act, the United States is on the brink of reaffirming a fundamental truth: love is love, and Americans should have the right to marry the person they love.”

2023: Nigerian man takes Peter Obi campaign to ongoing World Cup in Qatar

A Nigerian man simply known as Jpac has taken Peter Obi's campaign to the ongoing 2022 soccer World Cup in Qatar.

The man wore a branded 'OBIdienet's shirt and a Nigerian native cap while watching one of the games at the mundial.

Although Nigeria's Super Eagles did not qualify for the competition, many Nigerians are in Qatar to experience the global football festival.


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