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WATCH: Tinubu’s daughter allegedly buys G-Wagon for lover to say sorry

27 July 2016, 18:32

Lagos - A Nigerian woman, suspected to be the daughter of the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Bola Tinubu, gave a G-Wagon worth about N40 million to her man to say she’s sorry.

According to a social media user who narrated the incident on Instagram, she was out trying to get some food with her friend when the spectacle happened.

Instagram user “aaaawwwhh” shared the pictures and video with the caption: “Part 1: later they would say Nigeria women are not romantic. We surprised this man with a G.wagon today, and we can’t even keep calm. There was also a note saying I am sorry. #surprise #car #gwagon #royalhugs #aaaawwwhh #happy #love #sorry #money #moneytalks #entrepreneur #key”

“Part 2: so we would be doing a part 3 soon. So the woman said to us we should just drop the key for him with a note. *lips sealed* We were more than happy to do this delivery, I wish I could write the full gist, but it is not professional. ????????beg me if u wanna KNOW. Did i forget to mention Tinubu’s daughter was in the restaurant *lips sealed*…. #justSaying #g.wagon #aaaawwwhh #ROYALHUGS #entrepreneur #happy”

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- News 24


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