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APC Campaign Council Member Reveals Why Tinubu Is In UK

A member of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential campaign council, Ayo Oyalowo, has disclosed that the presidential candidate of the party, Bola Tinubu is in the United Kingdom to rest.

Recall that Tinubu had travelled out of the country days before the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) raised the embargo on the 2023 campaign.

There were speculations that the former Governor of Lagos State travelled out for medical reasons, however, some loyalists of the presidential candidate have dispelled the rumour, claiming that he is resting.

Oyalowo, while speaking on Channels TV on Monday, noted that Tinubu is in the UK to rest ahead of the campaign season.

According to Oyalowo, the pressure on the APC presidential candidate is too much, and he needed to rest because there is much to do during the campaign.

He added that the party has four to five months to campaign before the 2023 general elections.

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Oyalowo while speaking during the interview said, “The man, as I said, needed a few days off because the pressure on him is a bit too much and he needed to rest because the campaign is pretty long, we have about four, five months to campaign before the general election.”

Speaking on the trending video of Tinubu on a treadmill, Oyalowo disclosed that another presidential candidate dropped a video of himself dancing but did not attract attention like Tinubu.

He said, “Two people dropped videos yesterday. Another person dropped a dancing video but nobody is talking about it because he is not a factor. Asiwaju is a factor.

He will always be spoken about because he matters. He is the main factor in this election.”

 

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