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VIDEO: Resident fume as Tinubu’s convoy causes traffic in Abuja

President Bola Tinubu

President Bola Tinubu

 

An unidentified resident of Abuja has lamented the continuous artificial traffic caused by the convoy of President Bola Tinubu while going to work and returning home in the evening, every day.

he goes to work at the Presidential Villa in the Nigerian capital.

The resident who vented his frustration through a viral video shared online on Wednesday, July 26, showed a long line of cars waiting to reach their destinations as the president’s convoy made its way to the Aso Villa, the country’s seat of power, where President Tinubu’s official residence and apartment are.

According to the resident, Tinubu is yet to move into his official residence in Aso Rock, preferring to stay in his Asokoro private residence in the meantime.

The unnamed resident said in the clip: “This is artificial traffic caused by President Tinubu.

“He lives in Asokoro, he has not moved to the villa yet, and every morning when he comes to work, they block the road for like 30 minutes, and when he is going back home in the evening, they also block the road for like 30 minutes.

“So you that is going to your office, you get to stay on the road for like one hour just to wait for President Tinubu to go to work every day, you can see the line, every day it happens every day, every day, every day.

“How do we continue like this because one man wants to go to work, he refuses to move into Aso Rock, he goes to work from his house he now has to block people from going to their own offices?

“Man, this is very bad, very bad, I have been here for 25 mins, and I am still going to wait again for another 20 minutes. Kai, Nigeria, it’s very absurd.”

 

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