- The NNPP's presidential candidate, Rabiu Kwankwaso, has assured Nigerians that he is medically fit for the presidency in 2023
- In a tweet on Tuesday, December 6, Kwankwaso said from his last medical checkup, he has a guarantee of 30 years of good health
- The former Kano governor challenged other presidential flagbearers to disclose their health status to Nigerians
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Rabiu Kwankwaso, the presidential candidate of the New Nigerian Peoples Party, has opened up about his current health status.
Kwankwaso noted that from the last medical check-up he did, he was given not less than 30 years guarantee.
The northern politician made this revelation when he noted that it is the responsibility of any aspiring president to open up about his health status to Nigerians.
“I believe that if you’re aspiring to lead people, you owe them accountability regarding your health status.
"I assure you that I am in good health and I can release my certificate for you to see. And the last medical examination I had gave me a good health guarantee of 30 years.”
2023 election: Kwankwaso meets top US government officials
The New Nigeria Peoples Party's presidential candidate met with United States government officials on Thursday, December 1.
One of his media aides, Honourable Saifullahi Hassan, disclosed this on his Twitter page.
Hassan shared the pictures of the presidential candidate on his arrival to the US, stating that Kwankwaso was in the country for a meeting but did not give many details about the meeting.
Announcing the arrival of Kwankwaso, Hassan said:
"The National Leader and Presidential Candidate of the @OfficialNNPPng, His Excellency Sen. @KwankwasoRM, PhD, FNSE today (1st December, 2022), arrived for a meeting with senior officials of the United States Government, in Washington DC, USA."
2023 Election: 'We have money', NNPP boasts
Legit.ng earlier reported that Rufai Alkali, the national chairman of the NNPP, had debunked the report that the opposition party was broke.
The NNPP chairman also regarded the report that its presidential candidate, Rabiu Kwankwaso, will be stepping down for another candidate as being far from the truth.