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First Lady Debunks Claims of Closure of AsoRock Chapel

The Nigerian First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu

Touchaheart Nigeria reports that Mrs. Oluremi Tinubu, the First Lady, refuted a claim that she shut down the AsoRock Chapel.

Contrary to rumors, the church is open and has weekly fellowship, according to the former senator.

Remember that there was a claim made by a Twitter user with the handle @VeronicaaNaomi, stating that the First Lady was responsible for instructing the closure of the chapel.

The user claimed that she had ordered the shutdown because certain unidentified people had opposed her husband, President Bola Tinubu, in the February 2023 election.

However, the First Lady claimed the reports were untrue in a statement issued by her Special Assistant on Media, Busola Kukoyi.

The statement read, “Our attention has been drawn to a story making the rounds on social media about the purported closure of the AsoRock Chapel by the First Lady of Nigeria, Sen Olurermi Tinubu OON, CON.”

“We wish to state categorically that this is a fabrication and totally false representation of the true situation, as the First Lady at no time gave such directive that the Chapel be shut and the keys handed over to Her Excellency. Presently there are weekly fellowships going on at the Chapel.”

“However, Mr. President is yet to appoint a Chaplain for the chapel after the exit of the last Chaplain, as he only reserves the right to appoint a Chaplain for the Chapel.”

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