The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, has denied his opponents’ allegations that he is sick.
He asked rhetorically if he looked sick while speaking to businessmen in Kano on Saturday,
Tinubu stated that he is running for president and not for a wrestling match or a race.
He said, “I’m not running for 100 yards or 500 yards. I’m running for the presidency. I’m not competing in WWE wrestling. Do I look like a sick man?”
The ruling party’s presidential candidate also promised not to disappoint his supporters if elected President.
“To every one of you who had come out today, I say a big thank you. Thank you for walking and spending your time for a better Nigeria. Walking for the mission and the vision of a prosperous country. You have done it with your expectation, that this country must be inclusive and serve you as a nation.
“For every day I spend as your President, when elected I promise you with strong determination that you will not be disappointed. Your hope is renewed. Our nation will be accomplished. You will be successful as Nigeria will be successful. Thank you for your strong effort and for raising the hope of other millions that will come after you. Thank you. God bless you and God bless our country,” he said.
At an earlier meeting with party leaders from the North-West geopolitical zone, while inspecting/commissioning three of the party’s campaign offices in Kano, Tinubu told the party leaders that he would ensure all of them don’t “regret ever working for the party”.