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No going back on rejection of Muslim-Muslim ticket — Northern Christians vows



APC presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu 

Chairmen of the Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN) within the 19 Northern States and the FCT, Abuja, on Tuesday, reiterated their rejection of the identical religion ticket of the All Progressives Congress (APC) within the 2023 elections.

They declared that they might not change their stand in opposition to the Muslim-Muslim presidential ticket.

The chairmen made their place identified throughout a gathering convened by Yakubu Dogara, the previous Speaker, Home of Representatives and Babachir Lawal, the previous Secretary to the Authorities of the Federation, in Abuja.

The previous Speaker, who disclosed this on his Twitter deal with, defined that the assembly with the Christian leaders from the North and the FCT was to determine 2023.

Dogara said that the battle for justice continues, including that they held a Consultative Assembly with Christian Leaders From the 19 Northern States and the FCT on the pan-Nigerian platform to undertake in 2023.

Rev. John Joseph Hayab, the Chairman of CAN in Kaduna State, additionally confirmed the assembly to DAILY POST, saying it was nicely attended in individual by all of the CAN chairmen from the North, besides Katsina State.

He defined, “We’re saying there isn’t a going again on our stance in opposition to the Muslim-Muslim ticket of the APC.”

Hayab said that they might seek the advice of with main Christian politicians throughout occasion earlier than deciding on the following line of motion.

He added that they might additionally await indicators from their (CAN) nationwide physique, stressing that they might level them to the best way to go, “however the Muslim-Muslim ticket is out of the equation.”

He added that what that they had anticipated from the APC was to clarify themselves to them quite than hiring impostors to impersonate real Christian leaders.

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