Tinubu’s campaign director reacts as Amaechi runs across the stadium before declaring victory in 2023.

The Bola Tinubu Campaign Organization’s Director-General, Abdulmumin Jibrin, has responded to the Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Amaechi, who sprinted around the Port Harcourt Stadium in Rivers State before proclaiming his desire to run for president in 2023 on Saturday.

Many people believe Amaechi was criticizing APC leaders Abdullahi Adamu, Muhammadu Buhari, and Bola Tinubu, but according to Jibrin, the Minister was simply “trying to save time.”

Amaechi announced his intention to run for President in 2023 in Port Harcourt on Saturday, according to a report from WITHIN NIGERIA.

The Minister flew to his home state of Rivers, where he made the announcement during an APC-organized Thanksgiving ceremony at the Port-Harcourt stadium.

He made his announcement after many pressure groups and organizations purportedly urged him to run for President.

Prior to making his announcement, the Minister raced around the stadium in a show of physical fitness, according to reports.

And Jibrin said in a tweet on Sunday that those who think Amaechi is mocking Tinubu, Buhari, and Adamu, who can’t stand such exercise due to their age adding weak health, are wrong, and that the minister was merely attempting to save time.

Most Nigerians are adamantly opposed to Tinubu’s leadership, owing to his health problems.

For medical reasons, the former Lagos State Governor has already visited the United Kingdom.

Remember that, due to his weak health, the current President has made the United Kingdom his second home.

“It’s unreasonable to Minister Amaechi to believe that by racing around the stadium, he was mocking the ages of current President Muhammadu Buhari, brand new APC Chairman Abdullahi Adamu, and incoming President Alhaji Bola Ahmed Tinubu. Jibrin commented on Twitter, “I feel he was merely attempting to save time.”

Many social media users, however, believe Jibrin has subtly mocked his principal, Tinubu, President Buhari, and his party’s national chairman, Adamu, with this post.

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