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SocialMediaTrends: How Nigerians reacted to Amusan’s OON award & Ibadan youth walk for Tinubu



The supporters of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s have staged a walk in solidarity for Tinubu.

The supporters were seen taunting the supporters of Labour Party (Obidients) and the PDP (Atikulated) at a massive rally held in Ibadan, Oyo state capital.

The rally which has since generated reactions especially as Oloye Akin Alabi, lawmaker representing Egbeda/Ona-Ara federal constituency fuelled the conversation online.

See how Nigerians are reacting:

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Tobi Amusan

Nigerians have shown appreciation to the gesture of President Muhammadu Buhari to honor the Nigerian representatives at Commonwealth Games, and World Athletics Championships.

Ripples Nigeria gathered that the president rewarded the athletes with national honours, and N200 million.

Tobiloba Amusan, Ese Brume, Blessing Oborodudu, Oluwafemiayo Folashade, Taiwo Liadi, Ikechukwu Obichukwu, Bose Omolayo, Favour Ofili, Nasiru Sule, Ifechukwude Ikpeoyi, Ebikewenimo Welson, Hannah Reuben and Elizabeth Oshoba were all among the awardees.

Tobi Amusan also received the Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON) Honour from President Buhari.

“You all Team Nigeria made that possible. You brought glory and honour to our country. And today, on behalf of the nation- I say, THANK YOU!” the president said.

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…By Hamzat Rasheed

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