Video footage which was shared by Arise TV on Monday showed pictures of the National Leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) displayed in various places in the British capital. Posters were seen on display at some train stations while some observers said adverts were sighted at the Heathrow Airport in London as well.
Tinubu's campaign posters inside a train.
It was also gathered that many of these campaign photographs were plastered on the walls and the escalator at the airport.
However, Spokesman to the former governor, Tunde Rahman denied any knowledge of those behind the ongoing campaign. He suggested that the posters may have been the work of Nigerians who reside in the UK.
Image Credit: Sahara Reporters.
Recall that various groups in the Southwest have in recent times launched campaigns for the APC leader, urging him to declare his interest in succeeding President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023.
Tinubu, who recently underwent surgery for an ailment, is recuperating in London.
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