- A video has emerged of President Joe Biden of the United States falling on stage at the U.S. Air Force Academy graduation
- Following the incident, former lawmaker Shehu Sani sympathised with the US President while adding that it can happen to anyone
- Biden had tripped and fallen after he completed handing out diplomas at the US Air Force Academy commencement in Colorado
Recall that the US President had tripped on a sandbag and fell after completing handing out diplomas at the US Air Force Academy commencement in Colorado on Thursday, June 1.
Reacting to Biden’s fall on Thursday, June 1, via his Twitter handle @ShehuSani, the former lawmaker said anybody could fall.
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“Anybody can fall, sorry @POTUS.”
Nigerians join Sani to react to Biden’s fall at the U.S. Air Force Academy graduation
Reacting to Sani’s tweet, St.Sunny@ @StSunny3, wrote:
“Some people for naija don get excuse be this oo, cos when e happen,them go say even Biden bin don fall on stage.. interesting times ahead.”
Another Nigerian, Sammy D'Real McCoy @McCoySammy, said President Bola Tinubu only missed a step and didn’t have it easy here in Nigeria.
“And Tinubu miss step dem no gree person rest for this app.. atleast him no fall.”
A Twitter user, Emir Of Kuvukiland – BOS @balogunfd, wrote:
“Anybody can't fall, if some people fall in Nigeria, they will get to france before they can stand well again.”
Emeribe Ifeanyi, @hiemeribe, thinks this might be Nigeria’s case in the near future.
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“This would likely be our case in a very no distant time
“I salute the alertness in trying to stand up almost immediately.
“However, is there any hope for tomorrow leaders (youth)...”
Why President Joe Biden is sending US delegation to attend Tinubu's inauguration, Shehu Sani reveals
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a former Kaduna Central senator, Shehu Sani, has revealed why United States President Joe Biden is sending a delegation to attend the inauguration of President-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Sani said the US government is sending a delegation for Tinubu’s inauguration on Monday, May 29, because of its diplomatic and business relations with Nigeria.
“Nigeria’s Success Is World’s Success”: Biden speaks of plans for Nigeria under Tinubu’s administration
Legit.ng had also reported that President Joe Biden of the United States (US) had sent his best wishes to Nigeria's new government as he unveiled his plans for Nigeria under President Bola Tinubu’s administration.
Biden disclosed that he looks forward to working with President Tinubu to support economic growth and advance security between the two nations.