Why Tinubu fell during Democracy Day celebration in Abuja – Presidency


The Presidency has revealed why Bola Tinubu tripped and fell on Wednesday during the Democracy Day celebration held at the Eagle Square in Abuja.

Dockaysworld reported that Tinubu slipped while boarding the parade vehicle.

Special Assistant to the President on Social Media, Dada Olusegun said Tinubu fell because he missed his step while climbing the parade vehicle but there were no issues as he immediately continued with the ceremony.

He noted that it was just a minor incident.


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“Mr President missed his step while climbing into the truck at the June 12 Democracy Day celebration and tripped. It was a mild misstep. He immediately went on with the ceremonial rounds. No issues,” he wrote.

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