The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, stirred hearts and delighted guests with his dance to the popular song “Buga” in London, United Kingdom on Monday.
Tinubu was joined on the dance floor by former Ekiti State governor Kayode Fayemi and Kaduna State Governor Nasir El-Rufai.
The former Lagos State Governor replied critics of his educational qualifications, mocking them for wasting their resources on a wild goose chase at Chatham House, yesterday.
He added that he was born on March 29, 1952, and that he has never disowned his biological father.
Speaking on why he was not doing live interviews, Tinubu said: “I see myself as a marketable individual. They want to use me to make money and I said no.”
Speaking at Chatham House in London, Tinubu said: “We are still building confidence in our democratic and voting system. INEC is yet to assure us during this election that electronic transmission, the technology being used for accreditation and the total vote count is reliable, dependable and assuring in our democratic process before we introduce a complicated element of ballot counting.”
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