Reactions trail viral video of Tinubu’s daughter being hailed as ‘queen of Nigeria’

Tinubu Ojo
Tinubu Ojo
Netizens have been reacting to a viral video showing Folashade Tinubu-Ojo, the Iyaloja General of Lagos and daughter of President Bola Tinubu, being introduced at a Nasarawa wedding and hailed as the “Queen of Nigeria.”
In the trending video, Tinubu-Ojo attended the wedding of Hafsah Azare and Abubakar Dandanku, and the host introduced the Iyaloja General as the ‘Queen of Nigeria.’
“We have the most special guest of honour—a role model, the first daughter of the federation, the Iyaloja General of Lagos. Queen mama, the most beautiful queen of Nigeria,” the host declared.
Some Instagram users expressed contrasting opinions concerning the accolade.
An Instagram user, ajanioluwole7 wrote, “Iyaloja is doing her own on one side, Seyi is doing his own in another side Nigeria belong to them abi ? “
ella_ebere wrote, “And her daddy was 10 when he had her. Awwww, miracle child, you deserve all the titles nne!😂😂😂😂😂😂😂.”
Official_Jayvee91: “The difference between the poor and the rich in Nigeria too wide abeg, Nobody know who you be for developed nation”.
Aminuausmanayaba wrote, “Celebration of nonentity”.
“The reaction of the guest at that introduction is divine, they look like, we no send!!!, Go and sit down mama most beautiful”, Instagram user, Bukky wrote.
“Bad bele. Who cares what or who herself as. General, bishop, queen, process, investor of Nigeria, who cares. Her being the daughter of the president already gives her a special grace, you can hug transformer all you want. Obi was introduced as the winner of the last election in Nigeria in the US by a group and she acknowledged it after the supreme court ruling…heaven did not fall. So, allow our princess to relish her God given grace,” wole_adebiyi added.
Samson_kanayochukwu, “Welcome to my country where the rich keeps getting richer while the poor keep getting poorer.”
Rnnamdi wrote, “Very feudal value system.”
Tinubu-Ojo made headlines in May after updating her X profile to include the title ‘First Daughter of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (FRN)’.


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