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CAN denies ‘bishops’ who witnessed Shettima unveiling

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has disavowed “bishops” who attended the inauguration of All Progressives Congress (APC) vice-presidential candidate Kashim Shettima.

CAN described them as desperadoes who attended the event for themselves.

Reverend Joseph John Hayab, Vice President of CAN (19 Northern States and Abuja) and its President in Kaduna State, said so in an interview with journalists in Abuja.

Recall that the CAN had kicked the ticket for the number one seat in Nigeria against the same faith, calling it an injustice in a secular state like Nigeria.

The Christian body said that although Bola Tinubu, who is the APC’s presidential candidate, has the freedom “to hire mechanics and other craftsmen and sew office clothes for them”, this effort does not would only add to their many chords but would not change the need for fairness. and righteousness.

“The people we saw at the Shettima unveiling paraded as bishops are people who haven’t had enough time to learn how to wear bishop’s vestments. Take a closer look at their picture and you’ll see another Nollywood movie.

“CAN wonders why this desperation. First, a story claiming to be from CAN Borno State President was disproved. Second, there was another lie that BAT (Bola Ahmed Tinubu) and his running mate were on their way to meet the CAN president one evening. A meeting which was not true and which took place one evening when the president of the CAN was in Alabama in the United States to attend the Conference of the Baptist World Alliance of which he is the vice-president.

“Another story of desperation was that they had met Papa Adeboye, which the RCCG later refuted. If Christians are not important why the desperation?

“BAT is free to hire mechanics and other craftsmen and sew office clothes for them. An effort that will only add to their many strings when the political exercise is over but will not change the need for fairness and justice that the CAN demands.

“CAN appreciate that we are in a democracy, no need to do funny and dodgy things just to prove a point because it will eventually bounce back. The BAT team should just do the right thing and stop the drama,” he added.


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