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El-Rufai Is Good At Turning A Rotten Situation Into A Bad One — Tinubu

El-Rufai Is Good At Turning A Rotten Situation Into A Bad One — Tinubu

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Tinubu trending speech on Nasir El rufai.

Some politicians are known for their blundering speeches, and the most recent example that is making waves online concerns the All Progressive Congress (APC) 2023 presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu. During a speech in Kaduna, he made a flagrant error that quickly gained widespread attention.

The former governor of Lagos State, who is now 70 years old, made an error while addressing the audience about the governor of Kaduna state, claiming that Nigeria needs intellectuals like him. Instead, he said, “El-Rufai is good at turning a rotten situation into a bad one.”

  • “Nigeria needs thinkers and doers and that’s why I’m openly begging Nasir El Rufai not to run away for an additional degree in Cairo for PHD.
  • We are not going to let you run away. Your vision, creativity, and resilience in turning a rotten situation into a bad one is necessary at this critical time and that’s why we are here today”

El Rufai is seen in the now viral video, laughing at the speech of the self-acclaimed builder of Africa’s most populous city,Lagos.

Acutely aware netizens instantly called notice to the error and attributed it to old age.

However, this is not the first time the politician who is worth a billion dollars has erred when speaking.

Watch the video below.

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