To show the fitness level of presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, one his aides, Dino Melaye has posted a video of the former vice president kicking football.
Recall that some people had alleged that the PDP candidate had travelled out for medical check up.
Following the video, many Nigerians on social media hailed the candidate while others claim they are not impressed.
Okchris Nwokoye in his reaction wrote:
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"Watch where Peter Obi played football, it was last year, before the nomination, Atiku after watching the video, decided to play his own in the night, all fakes and mechanical."
"That's the sign of bad governance, what you people have in mind. Darkness will never be our possession again in Nigeria. We need to play our football with light. P O G is the man next to our hearts, our Moses that will take us to the promise land. You can continue with your darkness sir. I come in peace."
Yahya Babidi Hassan
"This is the right man for the job. Capacity, determination, strength and love for the nation in full. The man we are waiting for, Atiku."
"Even OBJ play better. This won't work."
"Politicians no dey shame. I've just confirmed that! This is ridiculous!"
"So because he can kick football he should become President of Nigeria."
'Bola, please help us,’ Akande narrates how Atiku begged Tinubu for money
Meanwhile, Chief Bisi Akande, former Interim chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has claimed that ex-vice-president Atiku Abubakar made financial demands from Bola Tinubu national leader of the ruling party, when he took a shot at the highest office in the land in 2007.
Tinubu and Atiku are now APC and PDP's presidential candidate respectively.
He made the revelation in his autobiography, “My Participations”, which was launched in Lagos. During the running battle with Obasanjo in 2007, Atiku defected from the PDP and clinched the AC presidential ticket.
In “My Participations”, his autobiography, Akande, who was also the national chairman of AC, narrated some behind the scenes incidents of the 2007 elections.