Former Federal Republic of Nigeria Senator Adamu Garba has received criticism from Nigerians for his proposal for the veneration of Queen Elizabeth at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
The lawmaker has received harsh criticism and anger for his remarks.
Queen Elizabeth II passed away at the ripe old age of 96, yet many people were shocked to learn of her passing when Buckingham Palace issued an official announcement.
Following the tragic news, images of the late Queen have become widely shared online, with many people sharing touching tributes to celebrate the occasion.
Adamu demanded that the University of Nigeria, Nsukka be renamed in her honor after the late Queen.
Adamu stated that he would declare three days of national mourning for her and rename University of Nigeria to Queen Elizabeth University of Nigeria if he were president of Nigeria.
He stated the University of Nigeria is the first university in Nigeria while giving explanations.
Seven decades, in his opinion, is no little accomplishment.
Many people voiced their anger and dismay at his statement on social media.
Bitlebron: This is all you can come up with after a century of the ASUU being on strike. I have no idea what these people’s genuine thoughts are. It’s quite painful.
Mizbee: Mehnnn…I don’t understand this guy with the coconut head.
bankuli: A new serf
theprchic: But why? We were colonized wasn’t enough, right? God, oh God
Charles Tijan: This person has never been sensible.
teeto olayeni: Where do people get these ideas from?
Did you know his name was ADAMU, chief afunwa1? What in God’s name can emerge from such a person?
oloshi: Kiku, give them the nation.
Queen Elizabeth, who ruled the United Kingdom for the longest period of time and served as its symbol for seven decades, passed away on Thursday, September 8 at the age of 96, according to Kemi Filani.
The Queen passed away peacefully this afternoon at Balmoral, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace.
The King and the Queen Consort will spend this evening and tomorrow in Balmoral before traveling back to London.
Her eldest son Charles, 73, immediately assumed the throne of the United Kingdom and that of 14 other kingdoms, including Australia, Canada, and New Zealand, as a result of this most recent occurrence.
Following doctors’ concerns about her health, her family hastened to be by her side at her Scottish residence, Balmoral Castle. Since the end of last year, she had been experiencing what Buckingham Palace has referred to as “episodic mobility issues,” which had forced her to cancel almost all of her public appearances.
The world’s oldest and longest-reigning queen was Queen Elizabeth II.