Bola Tinubu with high blood pressure?

Bola Tinubu, the APC presidential candidate, says he currently avoids reading his social media to avoid getting high blood pressure.

The APC presidential candidate said many people were taunting him on social media and were very upsetting. Former Lagos governor says he avoids commenting on social media because he has anger issues

Bola Tinubu, a presidential candidate for the All Progressives Congress (APC), has revealed that he avoids reading social media because of his high blood pressure. The presidential candidate said he chose to make the decision because he has anger issues.

In a viral video, Tinubu said he stays away from social media because Nigerians do a lot of abuse on social media. Here are some of his statements:

“I don’t read social media anymore. You abused me like hell. Reading it raises my blood pressure and makes me angry. I’m not reading it. If I need to hear anything, My child or one of my employees will tell me what someone said.

Bola Tinubu’s health update: APC election in Nigeria has always received backlash on social media, as supporters of other parties are accustomed to mistreating candidates from other parties.

Such is the dilemma of the APC president’s bannerman, who have faced a lot of backlash on social media from their run in the ruling party’s primary to the final showdown.

Bola Ahmed Tinub, popularly known as Jagaban, is a versatile man. He has been active in Nigerian politics for many years.

In other related news

Tinubu to appear in the first media coverage, details to be announced at a later date

All-Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidate Bola Tinub will appear in his first media interview with veteran journalist Kadaria Ahmed.

This was confirmed on Tinubu/Shettima Media Support (TMS) social media pages, a division of the APC Presidential Election Council. According to TMS, the interview will take place on Wednesday, November 23, but the group has not disclosed the time or location of the interview.

So far, the APC presidential candidate has been criticized for avoiding media interviews.

He was also found guilty of evading a presidential debate after failing to attend an interactive session at City Hall hosted by Arise TV because of a presidential candidate.

In response to criticism, the APC Presidential Electoral Council said it planned its activities and that the town hall meeting times were inconsistent with the times its candidates were scheduled to meet with some farmers in Niger rice field.

The next day, Tinubu met with farmers and was assisted by Mietti Allah and other farmers’ associations popular in northern Nigeria.

Here is the statement:
“Bola Tinub will be interviewed by Kadaria Ahmed on November 23, 2023.”

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