Bosun Tijani, who currently holds the position of Minister of Communications, Innovation, and Digital Economy, recently conveyed his appreciation to President Bola Tinubu in a rather distinctive manner. In a tweet posted on Tuesday, Tijani expressed gratitude for his appointment by concealing his children’s faces in a photo. This gesture caught the attention of many, drawing both curiosity and admiration.
The swearing-in ceremony of Tijani and 44 other individuals took place on Monday at the Presidential Villa in Abuja. As the CEO and co-founder of CcHub, Tijani found his name among those called upon to serve the nation. To convey his thankfulness, he chose a creative approach.
In the shared photo, Tijani and his wife are seen facing the camera, while their young daughters have their backs turned. This unconventional angle, which hides the faces of the children, symbolically represents Tijani’s acknowledgment of the honor while also emphasizing the importance of focusing on the future generation.
Using the microblogging platform X (formerly known as Twitter), Tijani thanked President Tinubu for the opportunity and expressed his commitment to contributing to a more inclusive and prosperous Nigeria. He wrote, “Grateful to God and Mr. President @officialABAT for the opportunity to join his team to deliver on his agenda for a more inclusive and prosperous Nigeria.”
Tijani’s post also carried a strong message: “We are committed to delivering a future that inspires a new hope for all, especially our children. It’s time to work.” With this statement, he reaffirmed his dedication to creating a positive impact on the lives of Nigerian children and fostering a sense of optimism for the nation’s future.