The National Leader of All Progressive Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has said he is fit and healthy to rule Nigeria.

Tinubu said this when he visited the palace of the Ataoja of Osogbo in Osun State, on Friday.

He pledged not to disappoint Nigerians if elected into the highest office in the country in 2023.

He said: “I didn’t apply for a job of bricklayer. The job I’m applying for requires brain. I’m not sick. I only repaired my kneel. I’m not applying for relay race and I’m not a horse. I have the quality to serve and make Nigeria great. I want to serve my country. I have the brain.”

Tinubu in company of Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola, had earlier visited the palaces of the Ooni of Ife in Ile Ife, and the Owa Obokun Adimula of Ijesaland in Ilesa.

Tinubu said: “I came here to seek for your prayers. I am here for your support and cooperation. You have known my intention already. You have known what I am aspiring for; all I need is your prayers.

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“I have been supporting the people here and there. We have moved all over the country for one candidate or the other especially in 2015 when we campaigned for President Muhammadu Buhari after his emergence, we equally supported him in 2019.

“As you all know, what the Constitution says is just two terms for a president after which another person succeeds him. That is what we are going round the country to let our people know that I am ready to succeed the incumbent President after the expiration of his second term.

“As you all know, what we are doing is to succeed him and I want to vie for President. I want to succeed Buhari and I can’t do it alone without your support. I want your continued support. With your support, it will come to pass.

“I am determined, I am prepared and I am ready for it. God that put our traditional rulers in their various thrones will not forsake us. He will put us there. I want to be President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I want your continued prayers.”