‘What else does Tinubu need to do to prove that he is not dying today?’ – Toyin Abraham tackles Peter Obi supporters over recent video

Toyin Abraham
Toyin Abraham
‘What else does Tinubu need to do to prove that he is not dying today?’ – Toyin Abraham tackles Peter Obi supporters over recent video 2

Popular Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Toyin Abraham has reacted to the recent video of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu where he clearly stated that he’s strong and healthy, dismissing rumour that he is dead.

The former governor of Lagos State, in a tweet on Sunday, also dismissed claims that he had withdrawn from the 2023 presidential race.

The tweet was accompanied by a video showing him working out on a fitness bike.

He wrote, “Many have said I have died; others claim I have withdrawn from the presidential campaign. Well… Nope.

“This is the reality: I am strong, I am healthy and I am READY to serve Nigerians from Day One.”

Reacting to this, Toyin Abraham who claimed she’s not campaigning for Tinubu shared same video on her verified Instagram and through her caption, insisted that the APC presidential candidate is indeed hale and hearty.

The mother of one urged her followers to give Bola Tinubu, the benefits of doubts, especially concerning his health.

“What else does Tinubu need to do to prove that he is not dying today? I am not campaigning for any candidate, just jumping on trending topic o. I am just a responsible citizen with PVC and power to chose who to vote for,” Toyin Abraham wrote.

It would be recalled that concerns had been raised about Tinubu’s whereabouts after he failed to turn up for the peace accord signed by presidential candidates in the coming 2023 election.

He was, however, represented at the event by his running mate and former governor of Borno State, Kashim Shettima.

Giving reasons for the APC flagbearer’s absence, a member of the party’s presidential campaign council, Ayo Oyalowo, stated Tinubu had gone to London to rest.

It is, however, not clear whether the video shared by the presidential candidate on Twitter was taken in London or in his Lagos home.