- Mixed reactions are trailing some photos of APC presidential candidate Bola Tinubu posted on Facebook by Bashir Ahmad
- Ahmad, a presidential aide, had posted the photos of Tinubu wearing a blue suit, saying the former Lagos governor is ready to take over from President Buhari in 2023
- While some Nigerians agreed with Ahmad, others disagreed with him, saying the APC is merely focused on "packaging"
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The photos sighted by Legit.ng on Tuesday evening, October 4, show the former Lagos governor wearing a blue suit, a conspicuous break away from his usual traditional agbada and cap.
Posting the photos on his verified Facebook page, Ahmad said Tinubu is ready to take over from President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023.
"Meet our presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
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"He is 100% ready to take over from President Muhammadu Buhari at the end of his tenure on May 29th, 2023," the presidential aide said.
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Mixed reactions have continued to trail Ahmad's post on Facebook.
Gafar Temitope Mutiu commented:
"Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is our incoming president of federal republic of Nigeria Insha Allah."
Ibrahim Salihu said:
"Almighty Allah choose the best for us."
Justin Ama said"
"APC and packaging, when will we focus on the development of this country and stop all these childish campaign method,
"So Nigeria problem is suit?"
Mai-nasara Shugaba-Chux said:
"Obi is the choice of every right thinking Nigeria.Pls,our Octogenarian Baba needs some rest.
"If you like wear him Italian suit,the shoes only shine but his face no show at all."
Aminu Abubakar Gusau said:
"This man is too old to rule Nigeria."
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Meanwhile, Tinubu is in the United Kingdom (UK) to rest ahead of the campaign season, according to Ayo Oyalowo.
He made the statement amid the reactions trailing Tinubu’s absence in Nigeria.