APC Presidential Candidate Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu who travelled to the United Kingdom is back to the country.
Asiwaju returned after days of intensive political consultations and meetings in London.
The Presidential hopeful was received by the vice presidential
candidate Senator Kashim shettima, DG APC presidential campaign Council Governor Simon Lalong and other Chieftains of the ruling party.
Tinubu left the country on September 24 spending less than two weeks before returning to Nigeria.
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A crowd of supporters thrunked the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport to welcome the APC Presidential candidate whom they say is the most preferred candidate on next year’s presidential ballot.
Asiwaju said he was happy to be back home, to his fatherland.
He also stated that his team will be performance driven and will improve the welfare of Nigerians and take it through an
enviable position among the committee of Nations.
“Nigeria should expect a very intelligent, ability to think and perform.
“Nigeria should expect that the help, they needed is here. The hope that is almost tittering is back and back actively.
“We hold every effort to the country of patriotism, dedication capacity, an ability to do the job. Not negative thinking!
“If it is assurance, we give Nigerians, that we definitely will make a better country out of it all.
The former governor of Lagos whom many consider to be in a pole position to clinch victory at the presidential election embarked on a short trip to the United Kingdom where
he relaxed and held strategic meetings and consultations ahead of the campaigns leading to next year’s elections