Why Tinubu Is Yet to Appoint New Chaplain for Aso Villa Chapel, First Lady Oluremi Speaks
- Senator Oluremi Tinubu has cleared the air regarding the current state of the Aso Villa Chapel in Abuja
- The Office of the First Lady in a statement on Monday, July 10, disclosed that the Villa Chapel is up and running and not closed as speculated in some quarters
- The wife of the president noted further that only President Bola Tinubu has the right to appoint a new chaplain for the Villa
Wife of Nigeria’s President, Senator Oluremi Tinubu has debunked the rumour making round on social media platforms that the Aso Villa Chapel has been closed.
Aso Villa still open, not closed, Oluremi Tinubu reveals
Why Tinubu is yet to appoint a new chaplain, Oluremi speaks
“The first lady at no time gave such directive that the chapel be shut nor asked for the keys to be handed over to her.
“Presently, there are weekly fellowship going on at the chapel including mid week fellowship on Tuesdays, 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.’’
“My family doesn’t need Nigeria’s wealth,” Remi Tinubu reveals
Legit.ng reported earlier that First Lady, Senator Oluremi Tinubu has said that her family does not need Nigeria’s wealth to survive.
According to the wife of the president-elect, she and her husband, the president-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, need the grace of God to govern.
She also said that they need prayers from the Nigerian people as she reiterated that Tinubu’s government will do the right thing.
May 29: Aisha Buhari takes incoming First Lady Remi Tinubu on Aso Rock Villa tour
Aisha and Remi visited some strategic areas of the official residence of the Presidential family in the Aso Rock Villa during the tour on Tuesday, May 9, including the Glass House, which she described as a transitional home of the first family.
The tour of the outgoing and incoming First Lady was intended to familiarise the incoming first family with the Aso Rock presidential villa.