President Tinubu meets behind closed doors with billionaire businessman Mike Adenuga at State House

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President Tinubu welcomed billionaire businessman Mike Adenuga to the State House in Abuja for a private meeting. 

The details of their discussions were not disclosed to the media. The closed-door meeting between President Tinubu and Mike Adenuga, a prominent figure in the Nigerian business landscape, has sparked intrigue and speculation.

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The two influential individuals are known for their contributions to the country’s economic growth and development, making this meeting a topic of keen interest.

In other news, Nigerians have expressed their growing frustration with the rising cost of living and have compared the past administration of President Buhari to the new administration of President Bola Tinubu. 

The video captures citizens crying out for succor amidst the economic hardships they are facing under the present government.

In the video, one visibly distressed man, who claims to have voted for the All Progressives Congress (APC) due to his belief in President Bola Tinubu, voiced his disappointment.

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He narrated how he now feels let down and gets slapped with difficulties wherever he goes.

The man went on to compare the current administration to the previous one led by former President Buhari, stating that he believes Buhari’s tenure was better than what they are experiencing now.

He conveyed the sentiment of many Nigerians who are discontented with the present administration’s performance.

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Another man in the video appealed directly to the President to address the soaring fuel prices. He pleaded for a restoration of the old pump price of fuel, emphasizing that Nigerians should not be taken for granted.


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