Tue. May 28th, 2024

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on Saturday, July 8, visited the Nigerian Troops stationed in Bissau as part of the ECOWAS Stabilisation Force.

This was confirmed by a media aide to the president on digital communications and strategist, Daddy D.O @DOlusegun on Twitter.

According to the president’s aide, Tinubu paid a courtesy visit to the Force on arrival at the Aeroporto International Guinea-Bissau ahead of the 63rd Ordinary session of the Authority of Head of State and Government of the Economic Community of West African State (ECOWAS).

In a statement sighted by Legit.ng and accompanied by pictures, he noted that the president is accompanied by Force Commander ECOWAS Stabilisation Force, Brigadier General Al-hassan Grema, National Security Adviser, Nuhu Ribadu and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Adamu Lamuwa.

Nigerians took to Twitter and reacted to the trending development.

@jchristianalex tweeted: I like the way PBAT acknowledges our troops whenever he is making a speech or visiting any location they are deployed. It is so encouraging and a great moral booster for them. Continue to keep the spirit high, Sir.”

@DukeofBourdilon tweeted: The Eagle has finally landed .”

@LayconPR tweeted: “Tinubu is so presidential.” @_Enemali tweeted: “See as all the soldiers fresh.”

@DimpleABS tweeted: “This is a great motivation for the Nigerian Army, thank you Mr President .”

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