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Sen Sani Reacts As President Tinubu Trips, Falls, and Hits Head On Parade Vehicle

Former Senator representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani, has reacted in a post on X to the incident where President Bola Tinubu tripped and fell while climbing into a parade vehicle at Eagles Square on Wednesday.

The incident, captured on video, shows the President stumbling and hitting his head on the vehicle. It is unclear whether his flowing agbada caused him to misstep or if he was experiencing an unsteady gait due to possible health issues.

As regards this, Sen Sani explained that president’s are human being and can also trip and fall. He urged people to desist from giving unnecessary interpretation to the video, pointing out that it is natural.

“Not just President Tinubu, anyone alive can trip and fall; it happened to President Biden and Fidel Castro. Presidents are human beings and mortals,” Senator Sani said in a post on X, highlighting that even leaders are not immune to minor accidents….See More 

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