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Finally, Tinubu’s Whereabouts, Health Revealed
Mr. Ayo Oyalowo a member of the All Progressives Congress presidential campaign council, amid lingering doubt, pressure revealed the whereabouts and health state of the presidential candidate of APC, Bola Tinubu,
Responding during an interview on Thursday, Oyalowo told Arise TV that Tinubu went to London as Nigerians trend topic on Twitter for his disappearance.
This is coming after the APC presidential flag representative for the 2023 poll failed to attend the grand campaign opening and the ‘Peace Accord’ event.
Requested to clear on Tinubu’s sudden silence and possibly what he is doing, Oyalowo noted that Tinubu is far off in London.
He added that the rest was necessary because people would not let Tinubu secure enough relaxing time after working an average of 20 hours each day and duly advised to take a break before the official start of the campaign.
In his words: “Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is in London. He cannot rest in Lagos, they will not let him rest.
“He came to Abuja most of the time, and they will still not let him rest. This man has been working for an average of 20 hours 24 hours each day.
“So reasonable people thought he should leave the country because people will not let him rest since the campaign is coming soon,” he said.
Oyalowo went on to say that the invitation to the peace accord, which was signed on Thursday in Abuja, came after Tinubu left the country and his running mate, Kashim Shettima, who was in Maiduguri, travelled to represent him at the event.
“The invitation for the peace accord came after Tinubu left the country.
“Even his running mate, Senator Kashim Shettima, was not in town, he had to leave what he was doing in Maiduguri.”