2023: Why Tinubu is not Fit To be President – Pat Utomi

A chieftain of the Labour Party (LP), Pat Utomi, has said the APC presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu is not fit and healthy enough to rule the country.

Utomi, who spoke on Channels TV’s “Politics Today,” said the current Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, would have been a better candidate to fly the APC flag.

Osinbajo was one of the APC presidential aspirants who lost to Tinubu at the party’s primary in June.

The LP chieftain wondered why Tinibu is still seeking political office at his age and why the APC did not let Osinbajo have the ticket.

“I would not be seeking public office at his (Tinubu) age,” he said on Monday. “I told my children to confine me if I’m running around after 70.”

He also said Nigeria has suffered so much for having ailing leaders which is a possible reason why Osinbajo, whom he described as a fit person, stepped up – to contest.

“Tinubu is not fit. You can see he is ailing. Let’s not lie to ourselves. Let him go through a medical (checkup) like they do in the US,” he said..

Utomi said Nigerians are fed up and the biggest victims are the young ones – to whom life has increasingly become meaningless.

He said his party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has taken on a more arduous task than other candidates and delivered.

Utomi’s comments come on the heels of calls for the APC to recall its candidate.

Since his emergence, Tinubu has been criticised for not being healthy enough and for choosing another Muslim, Kashim Shettima, as his running mate.

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3 thoughts on “2023: Why Tinubu is not Fit To be President – Pat Utomi

  • September 28, 2022 at 10:55 am

    Why are you focusing on Tinubu who is 70years when th pdp candidate atiku is 74 years . What about joe Biden of the united states who is 78 years . Pls pat utomi should look for a better augment

    • September 28, 2022 at 4:08 pm

      his point is about tinubus failing health, and not about his age

  • September 28, 2022 at 4:07 pm


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