The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, has argued that the age of their presidential candidate shouldn’t be an issue to be concerned about ahead of the forthcoming elections.
According to Adamu, he is not aware that Tinubu is suffering from any illness and considering the fact that he’s ten years younger than the President of the United States of America, Nigerians should give Tinubu the benefit of the doubt that he would do well if elected as President.
He said: “Tinubu is younger by 10 years than USA’s Biden. Why can’t we give Tinubu the benefit of the doubt that he can succeed as president? Tinubu is not the kind of person who will surrender his office to anybody. I am not aware of any challenge of ill-health associated with him. Since 1999, I have seen him exhibit good health. I have not had any occasion to see him complain about the campaigns or that there were tasks given to him, and he complained of tiredness.”
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