"Go to Your Jungle": Tinubu Gives Condition to Live in Lagos in Trending Old Video

"Go to Your Jungle": Tinubu Gives Condition to Live in Lagos in Trending Old Video

  • President Bola Tinubu has become the topic of the day among some Nigerians as Reno Omokri, a former presidential aide, shared his old video
  • The video was one of the events that happened when Tinubu was the governor of Lagos state, and it has got people talking
  • In the trending video, Tinubu asserted that anyone who wanted to live in Lagos must abide by the law of the state

Reno Omokri, a former presidential aide, has dug up an old video of President Bola Tinubu when he was Lagos state governor in 1999.

In the video, the former governor was inaugurating the popular Kick Against Indiscipline (KAI), and he made a stern comment against going against the law in Lagos state.

Bola Tinubu/Lagos/Presidency
Tinubu speaks on living in Lagos in old video, Nigerians reacts Photo Credit: Bola Ahmed Tinubu
Source: Twitter

In the video, the former governor said:

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"Lagos Is Lagos. It Is Not a Jungle. You Either Obey Our Law Or Go To Your Jungle."

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How Nigerians react to the video

Some Nigerians have taken to the post's comment section and expressed mixed reactions to the post.

See their comments below:

Mubarak Haruna Lankas said Tinubu's statement was bold and direct, stating his stance on the rule of law. His comment reads:

"Bola Tinubu's statement is quite bold and direct! It seems he's making a strong statement about the importance of law and order in Lagos. I'm curious to know more about the context of this statement. Was there a specific incident that prompted this response, or was he simply expressing his vision for the city?

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"In any case, I think it's important for all cities to have clear laws and expectations for residents so everyone can live in harmony."

Aderemi Oladiti prayed for the former governor. He said:

"God bless this man every day of his life. Lagos is home, not a jungle."

Enilowo made a subtle comment about the video. He said:

"I thought they said Ragos was developed by developers and FG in the days of FCT
"But this is Bola launching KAI and insisting we must live like humans; this was when the night buses started bringing them with slippers and nylon bags."

Dave Yomi posited that:

"Yes o. They rather obey the law of Lagos State or go back to their jungles."

Hussein revealed that his ADC then was now the Oniru of Iruland. He wrote:

"Standing behind him was Oba Wasiu Omogbolahan, the present Oniru of Iru, Victoria Island. His ADC at the time."

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Court awards £20m damages in favour of Tinubu's government Against P&ID

Legit.ng earlier reported that President Bola Tinubu-led federal government has been directed to receive £20 million in damages from the P&ID Limited.

A court in the United Kingdom directed P&ID Limited to pay the money to Nigeria after the success recorded by the country in the $11 billion judgment.

The company had prayed to the court to reduce the damages, and it should be paid in Naira, but the London court insisted that it was £20 million and should be paid in 28 days.

Source: Legit.ng

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