I'm in good shape, and I'm aiming for the presidency, not the WWE - Tinubu


I'm in good shape, and I'm aiming for the presidency, not the WWE - Tinubu
On Saturday, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress, announced that he is not unwell but healthy and hearty, noting that it often baffles him when the opposition keeps repeating that he is sick.

In a banquet held in his honor, Tinubu made these remarks.

He specifically stated his lack of interest in racing the 100 or 500 meters or competing in WWE wrestling. I'm seeking the presidency, which is an extremely knowledgeable position.

That's right, "I'm in excellent health."

The question: "Do I look ill?" This was a question put up by Tinubu to the crowd.

The APC presidential candidate, who was in Kano to open campaign offices for the governorship and presidency, also pledged N500,000,000 to help those affected by the floods.

Businesses in Kano took advantage of the gathering to lay out their expectations in the case that he is elected president.

Tinubu has promised the business community that if he is elected president in 2023, he will implement the agreement without changing it in any way.

Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, governor of Kano State, made a statement in which he endorsed President Muhmmadu Buhari (ret.) and the All Progressives Congress (APC), citing the success of the latter's government in both the national and state levels.

If not the modern railway connecting Lagos and Kano with Katsina and Maradi in the Niger Republic, Ganduje poses the rhetorical question, "Is it the Inland Dry port that has been underway for over 25 years and is virtually at 100 per cent completion stage?"

Ganduje joked to the crowd that Asiwaju Bola Tinubu's birth name in Kano is Ashiru Bala Tanimu.


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