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Mixed Reactions As Labour Party’s Datti Baba-Ahmed Storms London To Mourn Late Queen Elizabeth II




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The Vice Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, (LP) Datti Baba-Ahmed have visited London to pay tribute to the late Britain’s longest-serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace.

Naija News earlier reported that the Queen died at the age of 96 on Thursday evening, 8th September 2022.

Her doctors had earlier expressed concern on the state of her health while her family had gathered at Balmoral Castle in Scotland where she was placed under medical supervision.

However, hours later, Buckingham Palace announced that the monarch passed away in the afternoon at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

Emotions ran high around the globe, as thousands of people arrived at ­the gates of Buckingham Palace, Balmoral, Sandringham and Windsor Castle to pay their last tribute to the queen by laying flowers.

Joining the throng of a crowd, is Baba Datti who was captured striking a pose whilst carrying a ­bunch of flowers at the Buckingham Palace.

The photos were greeted with mixed reactions from Nigerians who condemned Datti for sharing a smile during his tribute to the late queen.

See photos and reactions below;

@AdamAbbaAji wrote; ‘This is my main point with the LP campaign strategies. How would laying flowers to the late queen help the LP? In contrast, it could harm the party. Datti could have gained voters if he did this back home to honour the people killed by the collapsed building in Lagos.’

Barrack Of Lagos wrote; ‘That’s what we are talking about…very proactive people’

Bazz High wrote; ‘Everybody na the same if you check am well.’

Muhammad ”Is Nigerians a joke to you guys? See as e dey smile for a funeral”

Jessie wrote; ‘Campaign strategy oooo’

MSG wrote; ‘People are mourning and crying and datti is busy taking picx and smiling’

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Ordinary wrote; ‘Hmmmm this one no follow ooo, i hope it’s not because of laying flowers in honour of the late queen, he had visited London.’