There has been a trending still and live images of former Lagos state government, Bola Tinubu, which suggests that the Jagaban had a wardrobe malfunctioning, showing stains of wee and poo on his dress.
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Several media and personality pages shared the images, which showed moments the national leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC had stains on his dress.
Another image shows a moment one of the staffers of Tinubu had his hands over his nose as cover, which is a normal involuntary reaction a person does, when they suddenly perceive an unpleasant smell.
Sharing the image in Instagram, Reno Omokri, a former presidential aid to a former president of Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan wrote on his page, saying;
This is called Enuresis in medical science. It is a condition where young children or elderly persons are unable to control their urine flow. It is not sweat!
If it were sweat, it would have been more pronounced on his back. It is not an insult to call a spade a spade!
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This is not the first time Tinubu’s age has caused public embarrassment. On March 27, 2021, he almost fell in Kaduna. Two days later, he asked for 50 million youths to be recruited into the army. This man belongs in retirement, not in Aso Rock!
He also made a second post, where he shared a picture of a man standing behind Tinubu, and covered his nose with his hands; he wrote saying;
Can someone perform a welfare check on Bola Tinubu’s aide who held his nose when Tinubu suffered from his ‘toilet malfunction’?
Feelers have it that the man may no longer be employed. If this is true, Nigerians want to know what crime the man committed by covering his nose?
I call on journalists to help me identify the man. I pledge to help him secure another job, where he will not have to hold his nose because of noxious odours.
Nobody deserves to be sacked for covering his or her nose when the air around them has been polluted!
Finally, here is a video from where these images were taken, it further explains the claims by Pastor Reno Omokri