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Kwankwaso Drops Strong Message About Tinubu’s Health

Bashir Sani July 11, 2022 15


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The presidential candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), Rabiu Kwankwaso has advised Bola Tinubu, standard-bearer of the All Progressives Congress (APC), to take things easy and address his health issue.

Since Asiwaju Bola Tinubu declared his intention to run for president, concerns have been raised about his health.

But that has not prevented him from going around the country to consult with leaders at different levels about his presidential bid.

Speaking in an interview on Arise Television on Sunday, Kwankwaso said Tinubu should pay attention to his health.

“If you see my friend, Bola, tell him to take it easy, take good care of his health and make sure that… because I love him so much, he is my friend,” he said.

“This campaign is very rigorous, it requires a lot of effort and so on and so forth. I hope he will take it easy so that we can continue the struggle to ensure one solid and prosperous Nigeria.”

Tinubu had earlier announced Kashim Shettima, former Borno governor, as his running mate.

Asked if he is threatened by Tinubu’s choice, the former Kano governor said he likes the combination, but he does not know what they would do differently from the current administration.

“My only worry is the platform. This platform I don’t know. I know he is a strategist, Bola Tinubu, he is a good man. I had reasons to sit with him uncountable number of times from 1992 to date,” he said.

“I wish I will see him to ask him what he will tell Nigerians what he will do differently from what Muhammadu Buhari is doing today.

“That is my serious concern for him. Ordinarily, if I cannot get it, I can recommend him but it’s going to be like building something on zero.

“When I see him, I wish him well or when you see him before me, tell him I wish him well — but let’s take it easy.”

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