‘Wife to the king of thugs’ – Nigerians roast Remi Tinubu for calling a woman names
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Nigerians have taken to social media to drag Senator Remi Tinubu, wife of alleged 2023 presidential aspirant, Bola Tinubu after she branded an unknown woman a thug.

Kemi Filani News earlier shared a video that has since gone viral, showing Senator Oluremi Tinubu, wife of former Lagos state governor and APC National leader Bola Tinubu, in a fiery argument with a representative she called a thug.

The conflict occurred during the South-west zonal constitutional review hearing held at Marriott Hotel in Lagos on Wednesday, May 26.

According to reports, they shut the main entrance door after the state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, arrived at the event.

The organizers then informed other participants in a queue at the entrance to go home as registration for the day had closed. The participants refused, insisting they must be allowed in.

While insisting on the matter, legislators from Oyo state who was also late for the event came in and were about to be guided into the venue when others rebelled.

Watch the video below:

Reacting to the video, Nigerians dragged her and called her names. See some reactions below:

One Miss Chidel wrote, “No difference from her husband.. yeye people, imagine when a mad person is calling someone else mad eh… May God punish that woman Nd her so called husband”

One Augustina Vivian wrote, “Inukwa wife of King of thugs calling another person a thug ewo ije-uwa”

Godwin Aliek wrote, ‘Thugs in POWER instead…and she wants to be FIRST LADY… First Lady without CLASS… Shame of a Nation.”

Dele Dosunmu wrote, “Nigerians are getting emboldened. About time we confront our cankerworm polooticians “

Adure Ada wrote, “I like as the woman gave it back to Remi and others supported her. That’s how we should support ourselves in the event of occurrences as this”

Feyisayo Richards wrote, ‘Respect is reciprocal nau,I love the way the woman stood up to her…I don’t like nonsense”

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