By Deji Lambo
Seyi Tinubu, son of the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, has put smiles on the faces of some special needs persons by donating wheelchairs to them during the #RenewedHopeConcert at the MKO Abiola National Stadium in Abuja.
He was seen in a nine-second video posted on Twitter by the All Progressives Congress Youth Situation Room sharing the wheelchairs with the special needs persons having fun at the concert.
A message attached to the post made using the handle, @APCYouth_SRoom, read, “Seyi Tinubu giving out wheelchairs to people with special abilities!! So emotional #RenewedHopeConcert.”
Applauding the kind gesture, one Olu Akinosho, using his handle, described Seun’s action as the highlight of the evening.
He wrote, “Highlight of the evening. God bless @STinubu Jagunlabi.”
Also reacting, one Aina Jide, in a post on Twitter, said, “People living with special needs were also part of the #RenewedHopeConcert. #RoadToVilla.”
Attached to the post he made with his handle @JideAinaa, were videos showing special needs people dancing to music by performing artistes.
Other side attractions during the concert include the winning of a brand-new car, and phones, among other gift items.
The PUNCH had reported that there was jubilation when the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, and his Vice, Kashim Shettima, among other dignitaries, appeared at the concert to show appreciation to their beloved youthful fans.
Upon the announcement of his arrival, Tinubu, who alongside Shettima wore fez caps, waved his right hand to the cheering crowd of supporters who appeared thrilled by his arrival.
In a 32 seconds video posted on Twitter by one Ayo Oyalowo, the energetic youths were heard chanting leader! leader!! leader!!! as the emcee announced the arrival of Tinubu.
Using his handle, @AyoOyalowo, he wrote, “When IDAN himself made an appearance at the #RenewedHopeConcert.”
Other dignitaries include The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, and Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, among others.
The PUNCH had reported that leaders of the youth wing of the All Progressives Congress, including Tinubu’s son, Seyi, announced the show to celebrate young people for their contribution to the party’s victory during the general elections.
The Chairman, Renewed Hope Concert Media Committee, Ademuyiwa Taofeek, had in a statement, said the event was planned as an inclusive celebratory activity for young people who contributed to the party’s victory.
“It is an inclusive celebration of young people across the country who knocked on doors, persuaded friends, braved great risks, and stood firm to ensure the safe delivery of the Renewed Hope agenda of our next President, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu,” the statement said