- Nigerians knocked Folashade Tinubu-Ojo, the first daughter of President Bola Tinubu, over her Independence Day speech
- The Iyaloja-General of Lagos state found herself in the middle of a social media storm as she encouraged Nigerians to be hopeful despite the challenges that abound in the country
- However, this address raised questions among netizens regarding the capacity in which she was speaking to Nigerians
Folasade Tinubu-Ojo, the first daughter of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has got many talking on social media following a video of her Independence Day speech.
In a viral video on Monday, October 2, Tinubu-Ojo, the Iyaloja-General of Nigeria, on her X page (formerly known as Twitter), urged Nigerians to keep the "hope alive despite the myriad of challenges facing the country".
Tinubu-Ojo’s speech was not well received by many Nigerians as some urged her not to do such again, and a few queried in what capacity she addressed Nigerians.
Nigerians react to Tinubu’s daughter's Independence Day message
Mixed reactions greet Tinubu’s daughter over the Independence Day message on her X page. Legit.ng captured some of their opinions below:
"Please madam stop this nonsense , you are not the president and you don’t have any right to arrogate such power to yourself."
"It’s the confidence for me."
"When did you and your father start believing in one Nigeria. Omo oju ori olari to nso ile ola di aworo."
"This is amazing."
"Is she the second president of great Nigeria????"
Watch Tinubu's daughter's address to Nigerians on Independence Day that sparked reactions in the polity.
Tinubu's daughter's message to him on his first day at work
Tinubu-Ojo, the Iyaloja General of Nigeria, said President Tinubu’s sleepless night brooding over Nigeria has finally gotten the attention of heaven.
Tinubu's daughter reveals why Nigerians should support her dad
Legit.ng reported that Folashade Tinubu-Ojo appealed to Nigerians to support and pray for her father.
Tinubu-Ojo said her father needs Nigerians' support and prayer to succeed in leading the country to the promised land.