Youth group gives Tinubu 48 hours to apologise to Nigerians over “use of fake bishops”
As Advocates for Good Governance, a youth group with a mandate of good governance, has described as “sacrilegious" Tinubu’s cloning of fake bishops to add any sense, if any, to the unveiling of his Muslim-Muslim Presidential ticket.
In a Thursday statement, the group said: “As Nigerians are all aware, the APC, the party upon whose platform Tinubu and his co-traveller in political comedy, Shettima, are running for the office of President of Nigeria, is notorious for cloning of anything clone-able."
“In seven years, the APC, Tinubu’s party, has made light the essence of governance. They inherited a working economy in 2015. Today, the economy is on its knees seeking critical redemption.
“They met a secured Nigeria in 2015. Today, insecurity lives with us as a nation like a next-door neighbor.
Just when you think you have seen it all, then the same party that should be apologising to Nigerians and be committing never to contest elections again as it has become grossly unpopular over the years, is fielding a Tinubu whose identity is yet a subject of clone controversy. It yet did not stop there. The same Tinubu had to clone fake bishops with dioceses or known churches, to unveil his fellow Muslim running mate to Nigerians. "
If that is not an insult to the church, one doubts if it is anything else than an insult to the sensibility of the average Nigerian.
“Nigerians are under obligation to reject Tinubu and his running mate and his entire party, APC, next year when the general elections are held,” the group further added.
While concluding, the group gave the APC and Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the APC Presidential candidate, 48 hours to “come out and apologise over the'shenanigans’ that happened during the unveiling of the APC Vice Presidential candidate". This was, as the group condemned in its strongest term, the APC’s use of “fake bishops."
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