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Tinubu Returns To Nigeria From London – Ex-Lawmaker Reveals


The national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is reportedly back to Nigeria, from London.

Former Nigerian lawmaker, Sen. Shehu Sani, alleged this in a post on his social media.

Naija News reports that the senator who represented Kaduna Central Senatorial district in the 8th assembly hinted about Tinubu’s return to the country in a post on his verified Twitter account on Saturday.

According to Sani, one of his friends had traveled to the United Kingdom in a bid to meet with Tinubu, but unfortunately, upon landing, he was informed that Jagaban had returned to Nigeria.

“One of my friends bought a ticket and landed in the UK to see the Jagaban, only learn that the Jagaban is back. Best wishes to the Asiwaju,” Sani tweeted.

See the tweet below:

Tinubu Returns To Nigeria

Recall that Tinubu has been out of the country for over two months now. The APC chieftain and presidential hopeful had left Nigeria to the UK for medical treatment.

Top politicians, most especially members of the ruling party have visited Tinubu in the UK and have been assuring Nigerians that the former governor of Lagos State is hale and hearty.

Although Tinubu is yet to publicly reveal his intention to run for Presidency come 2023, many posters of the politician have been spotted in notable places. While some of his supporters have already started to campaign for BAT2023.

Meanwhile, a chieftain of the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC, Dr Garus Gololo, has revealed two members of the ruling party who will win the 2023 presidential election before noon if given the ticket.

Speaking in an interview in Abuja on Friday, Gololo urged APC to field Vice President, Yemi Osibanjo, and Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno State, to again claim victory come 2023.

Gololo expressed confidence in Osinbajo, saying he can directly vote for the VP considering his integrity and loyalty to his principal, President Muhammadu Buhari.

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