Twitter Nigeria errupted on Easter Sunday after Uberfacts, an online web service/app that provides people with random facts, made a tweet that Bola Tinubu, the president-elect of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, surrendered $460,000 to the US government after a Chicago court found the income came from heroin trafficking
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There were mixed reactions by Nigerian between those who are for and those who are against the candidacy of the APC presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu. While some tagged the page and its tweet at fake, some rejoiced that their efforts for just and fair society in Nigerian are now recognized globally.
It is worth noting that ace Nigerian journalist, David Hundeyin, was the first to write and publish an article, which was backed that a 10minute+ long video documentary on the drug cases of the then APC presidential candidate, who then was announced as the winner of the just concluded Nigerian presidential elections.
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In 1993, Bola Ahmed Tinubu surrendered $460,000 to the US government after a Chicago court found the income came from heroin trafficking pic.twitter.com/aRzrTXJtl4
— UberFacts (@UberFacts) April 9, 2023