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“Obi Will Share Solutions” – Reactions As Tinubu’s Team Shares Customized Phones (Video below)



Photos of a customized mobile phone with photos of Bola Tinubu and the All Progressives Congress (APC) logo have surfaced on social media ahead of the 2023 general elections. Pictures and videos of the phone have been shared on Twitter by many Nigerians.

Beneath the screen of the phone is the words ‘Vote Bola Tinubu 2023’ while at the back, a colourful logo of the APC is visible.

When switched on, the phone user is first ‘greeted’ with Tinubu’s picture, followed by some words which say> Democracy is based upon the conviction that there are extraordinary possibilities in ordinary people.

The phone also uses two sim cards. The idea of a sharing a phone before elections in Nigeria is a new phenomenon as in the past, what was shared for potential voters are mostly food items.

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As usual, Nigerians have started reacting to the photos and videos of the customized phones.

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Osaretin Victor Asemota wrote:

“This is actually brilliant! Lasts longer than food.”

Dami Elebe wrote:

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“Imagine if this phone doesn’t last a year after voting. Or you will have to sell it to buy food but vote Tinubu no be brand.”

Tony Bonanza wrote:

“Tinubu will share phones, Atiku will share rice and beans but Peter Obi will share solutions to Nigeria’s problems.”

Emeka King wrote:

“Even the phone is not even a smartphone to show you that Tinubu is not in the 21st century. Tinubu has already detached from reality.”

Angry reactions as Dapo Abiodun visits Bola Tinubu in France.

Meanwhile, Ogun state governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun received a lot of backlash on social media after he posted a photo of himself visiting Tinubu in France recently.

The governor said he spent quality time with the APC presidential candidate and that they rubbed minds on numerous issues.

Most of his followers who responded to the tweet were not impressed and reminded Abiodun of the challenges back home.

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