‘Tinubu Goes To Bed 2am Everyday And Wakes Up At 7am’

The Special Adviser to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on Media and Publicity, Ajuri Ngelalae, has said his principal is working hard to address the socio and economic challenges facing the nation.

Speaking during an interview with media personality, Chude Jideonwo, Ngelale appealed to Nigerians to be patient with President Tinubu as he tries to fix the economy and other sectors.

The presidential spokesman described Tinubu as a workaholic who goes to bed from 2 to 3 a.m. every day, including Sundays.

Ngelale also disclosed that President Tinubu wakes up every morning from 7 to 8, including Sundays, to treat files that will ensure the development of the nation.

He said, “I’m saying hang in there because I can see an end to this. I’m working with a man who I can personally vouch for because he’s going to bed at 2 am to 3 am every night, including Sundays.

“He [Tinubu] wakes up at 7 am to 8 am every morning including Sundays. Opening his files, working into the late nights when no one is there to say anything good or bad about him. He is doing the work.

“He is a workaholic, and he is doing it all to build a country that is reflective of a progressive and advanced country that he has envisioned, amen way he did in Lagos.

“I’m asking Nigerians to support the president, he means well.”

Bahd street vibes reports that Tinubu has been faced with wide criticism from Nigerians since the assumption of office on May 29, 2023, for removing fuel subsidy without adequate preparation for palliatives to ameliorate the hardship of the people.

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UAE Has Not Lifted Visa Ban On Nigerians – Presidency Speaks

The Presidency has denied media reports that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has lifted the ban on visa services for Nigerians.

It was reported that the UAE had announced the restoration of visa services for Nigerians, confirming that they can now visit the country again.

Reports stated that the restoration of visa services was announced in a joint statement by the federal government of Nigeria and the UAE titled “Resumption of Visa Services for Nigerians Travelling to the UAE, ” dated March 4, 2024.

But in a post via his official X handle on Tuesday evening, presidential spokesman, Bayo Onanuga, refuted the reports, saying that UAE has not resumed visa issuance to Nigerians.

The Special Adviser to President Tinubu on Information and Strategy said the document in circulation is not authorized either by the Nigerian or the UAE governments.

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