Tinubu sleeps all through peace committee meeting in Abuja with presidential candidates

Tinubu sleeps all through peace committee meeting in Abuja with presidential candidates

The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, fell asleep on Friday during a meeting organised by the National Peace

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The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, fell asleep on Friday during a meeting organised by the National Peace Committee in Abuja, in what could further prove the frailty of is health.

The meeting was organised to ensure proper conduct of political candidates, their parties and other stakeholders, especially during the campaigns ahead of the elections.

Under the leadership of former Head of State, Abdulsalami Abubakar, the committee had met with the leadership of the 18 registered political parties and their presidential candidates.

According to Abdulsalami, the meeting was organised to ensure proper conduct of the candidates, their parties and other stakeholders, especially during the campaigns ahead of the elections.

While the meeting was ongoing, Tinubu was caught on camera, sleeping.

Omoyele Sowore, African Action Congress, AAC, presidential candidate who shared the picture on Twitter wrote, “We just returned from a meeting of party leaders/Presidential candidates with the national peace committee in Abuja, the Presidential candidate of The ⁦ @OfficialAPCNg @officialABAT slept through the meeting, he didn’t say a word. His party chair spoke on his behalf.”

Tinubu, 70, has been seen spotted in public tripping over and sleeping during meetings since he announced his decision to contest for president.

In 2021 alone, the former Lagos governor spent over 80 days patronising hospitals in France, the United States and the UK where he underwent surgeries while Nigerian hospitals have been abandoned by the APC government.

Tinubu currently toes the path of President Buhari, who himself has spent hundreds of days collectively on medical leave in the United Kingdom since he assumed office in 2015.