This was reportedly disclosed by Tosin Adeyanju, the Head of Media and Publicity of the Tinubu Support Group, on Monday, adding that the two-term former governor of Lagos State is physically and mentally fit to occupy the office of the President in 2023.
Adeyanju stated that, “I don’t think leadership has anything to do with age. Most of the leaders across the world like the United States are above 60 and they are doing well. We can see what (79-year-old US President Joe) Biden is doing, creating jobs for the American people. So, for anybody to use age as a yardstick for leadership, I don’t think it is right.”
He disclosed that, “Asiwaju has the capacity to work 24 hours a day, he works like a machine. The man has energy.”
He maintained that, “This man (Tinubu) has lived for others. God has blessed him. Earning salaries is not important to him but making lives better for people. His priority is service to the Nigerian people and the country.”
This is coming following a statement by a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Afe Babalola that Nigerians should open their eyes before electing a leader in 2023.
According to him, “The President should not be a person who will be looking for medical treatment from hospital to hospital around the world.”
He posited that, “He must be so healthy that he should be able to work for a minimum of 14 hours a day.”