Tinubu Meets Religious Leaders Others Over Muslim-Muslim Ticket

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The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has begun talks with non secular leaders over the controversy trailing the Muslim-Muslim ticket.

The spokesman of the Tinubu Marketing campaign Organisation (TCO), Bayo Onanuga, made this recognized in a interview with The Punch on Tuesday.

Onanuga said that the previous Lagos Governor has begun talks with prime non secular leaders and different related stakeholders to elucidate his selection of Shettima as his working mate.

Onanuga mentioned the Tinubu camp determined to not make the most recent improvement public till some points are finalised, including that there was an association to not have it publicized.

He, nevertheless, disclosed that his principal would handle the media when the consultations are completed.

 He mentioned: “We aren’t publicising within the media. We’re speaking to the individuals involved. The session course of has began already. We’re simply not making loads of noise about it as a result of it’s not meant for publication.

 “When it’s time, we are going to handle the media. For now, we’re speaking to non secular leaders. I’m reassuring you once more that the candidate is reaching out to all people involved.”

Muslim-Muslim Controversy

The APC presidential flagbearer had picked and unveiled the previous Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima, as his working mate for the 2023 common elections.

Following Shettima’s choice because the APC Vice Presidential candidate, totally different reactions from the Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN), the Catholic Church and different teams have reacted to the event.

CAN had said that the present realities in Nigeria, the place Christians and Muslims are being focused by terrorists, requires knowledge within the number of leaders that may characterize Nigerians.

The Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN) has said it clearly that the scenario within the nation now will not be appropriate for a Muslim-Muslim ticket.

“It’s as much as Nigerians to simply accept or reject. At the moment’s Nigeria will not be the identical as when Nigerians voted Abiola-Kingibe ticket which was finally annulled.

“Our prayers are with Nigeria and Nigerians,” the Spokesman to the CAN President, Rev Dr Samson Ayokunle, Pastor Adebayo Oladeji, had mentioned.

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