The All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate Bola Tinubu has returned to Nigeria after 12 days in London.
When Tinubu departed the nation on September 24, he didn’t come back until Thursday.
On September 22, he met with Pentecostal bishops in Abuja, and it was the last time anyone saw him in public.
His absence at the signing of the peace pact for the 2023 elections raised questions about his whereabouts during his absence.
Following his return from London, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), finally speaks out.
From what we hear from the WITNESS, Tinubu fled the nation on September 24 and didn’t get back until Thursday, October 5.
The length of time that passed with no word from Tinubu prompted speculation regarding his whereabouts and health.
But addressing in Abuja after his return, he promised that he is “back actively,” giving Nigerians hope that had almost been lost.
Tinubu called on his fellow Nigerians to show patriotic behavior and avoid from criticizing the country in negative ways.
He remarked, “The trip was excellent.” I had a great time away, and now that I’m home in Nigeria, my fellow countrymen may look forward to seeing me think and act with the same level of sophistication as before.
Nigerians should be certain that assistance is on the way.
“The wavering optimism is back. With renewed vigor, I am back in the game,” he proclaimed.