Ellen Deletes Congratulatory Message To Nigeria’s ‘President-Elect’, Tinubu

Former Liberian Leader Ellen Johnson Sirleaf,

In her now deleted tweet, she urged Tinubu to champion women leaders in his government and ensure the rights of women and girls remain a priority.

The former President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has deleted her congratulatory message to Nigeria’s ‘President-elect’, Bola Tinubu.

In her now deleted tweet, she urged Tinubu to champion women leaders in his government and ensure the rights of women and girls remain a priority.

“Congratulations to @officialABAT on his victory in #Nigeria, and to the Nigerian people for exercising their democratic right to vote. I encourage the new President to champion #WomenLeaders in his government and to ensure that the rights of women & girls remain a priority,” she had posted.

Her comment however did not go down well with Nigerians who trooped to her comment section to tackle her for congratulating Tinubu on his victory in the just concluded election.

The tweet which was shared on Monday, March 6 was spotted to have been deleted on March 9.

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But the reason behind the deletion of the congratulatory message is not known yet, however, it could be connected to the controversy surrounding Tinubu’s victory in the election that has been adjudged by many as not fair.

Tinubu’s biggest challengers in the election, Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party and Peter Obi of the Labour Party have filed suit to legally challenge the victory.

Some Nigerians have taken to social media to express their excitement after it was discovered that the former president deleted her message.

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