Tinubu’s life is transparent, nothing hidden about him – First Lady


First Lady, Remi Tinubu has praised her husband, President Bola Tinubu, for his dedication to transparency and selfless leadership, noting that he often works tirelessly into the night to improve the lives of Nigerians.

“To me, Mr president is quite a transparent book. An open book that people can see. Whatever they see him do is what he does in the private,” Mrs Tinubu said.


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In a newly released documentary, ‘Creating the Pathway to National Prosperity in Nigeria’, First Lady Remi Tinubu shared her thoughts on her husband’s vision for a prosperous Nigeria, as posted by President Bola Tinubu on Thursday.

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According to Mrs Tinubu, the president spends the night studying and thinking about ways to make Nigeria better for its citizens and fulfil his campaign promises.

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She stated, “What he does more is that he studies more late into the night, reviewing things and going through files trying to think about ways to get things going well for our people to deliver on his promises to Nigerians.”



First Lady’s ‘transparent’ label for her husband contradicts his controversial public image, marked by corruption, forgery, and drug trafficking allegations.


Mr Tinubu, in the 90s, was embroiled in a cocaine trafficking scandal that saw him forfeit some monies to the U.S. government.


In 2022, Peoples Gazette exposed a series of shocking revelations about Mr. Tinubu’s corrupt activities during his tenure as Lagos Governor (1999-2007), including his alleged embezzlement through fraudulent tax practices involving Alpha Beta. The investigation further revealed how Alpha Beta, linked to Mr. Tinubu, funneled billions into shell companies.

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