The President affirms that the election of Archbishop Onuoha during the 31st General Assembly/93rd Anniversary of CCN at Andrew’s Basilica Trans Ekulu, Enugu is a testament to his spiritual fervor, sound theological training and passion for ecumenical unity in Nigeria as well as his remarkable stewardship as a Church Leader.
The ex-Governor said this at an interactive session with the Christian Association of Nigeria in Abuja on Tuesday.
Tinubu who met with the CAN leadership in Abuja on Wednesday at an interactive session assured them that the same way his administration did not discriminate against anyone either based on tribe, religion or gender when he was Lagos Governor, he would not start such in office as president.
The Deputy Coordinator, Stakeholder Relations of the APC PCC offered the explanation in a statement on Friday.
Governor Sani Bello who was represented by the Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice, Barrister Nasara Danmallam, made this disclosure at the formal inauguration of the new Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Niger State Chapter, Most Rev Bulus Dauwa Yohanna and other executive members on Tuesday in Minna.
The association in its reaction to the report captioned, ‘How Tinubu met resolved Muslim-Muslim ticket with CAN’, said the story should be disregarded in its entirety.
This was contained in a statement by the immediate past President of CAN, Rev. Samson Ayokunle, on Wednesday in Abuja.
According to him, Nigerians have gone beyond casting their votes based on the political party fielding candidates.
Tinubu’s message is contained in a press statement signed by Tunde Rahman, in his Media Office.
He said the centre will especially address challenges of finding decent venues for ceremonies and events in the FCT.
This was made known by the Chairman of the Kaduna State chapter of CAN, Rev. John Joseph Hayab, on Wednesday.
The body said they looked like mechanics and artisans.
The Senator made this known on Monday in a series of tweets on his Twitter handle, followed by a television interview.
It kept them in the basement in preparation for rapture, which the church leader claimed would take place in September 2022.
The Priest of St Anthony Parish in Angware community, reports revealed was abducted at his house on Monday morning.
He informed me about CAN’s vehement opposition to such a ticket and said that the leadership of the organisation watched my interview on Channels Television where it appeared that I was not on all fours with them.
Yohanna, also the Catholic Bishop of Kontagora Diocese, made this known on Thursday in Minna, the Niger state capital.
Rev. Anselm Ologunwa, the Chairman of CAN in the state, in a statement on Sunday in Akure, condemned the attack.
The chairman, Rev. John Hayab, told newsmen on Wednesday in Kaduna that the attack had further amplified the vulnerability of people who used the train service either for business or for socials.
This declaration is contained in a statement issued in Kaduna Friday by the CAN Chairman, Rev. John Hayab, who decried the recent killings and destruction of property in Kagoro, Southern Kaduna.