CAN Dissociates, Disowns “Bishops” At Shettima’s Unveiling As Tinubu’s Running Mate


The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has not only disassociated themselves from what happened on Wednesday, July 20, 2020 at the unveiling of Senator Kashim Shettima as the running mate of APC standard bearer, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, but has also disowned the participants.

According to Rev Joseph John Hayab, Chairman, CAN, in Kaduna and also the vice president of CAN in the 19 northern states, including Abuja:

.“The people we saw at the unveiling of Shettima paraded as Bishops are people who did not have enough time to learn how to wear Bishop garments. Take a closer look at their photo and you will see another Nollywood movie.

“CAN wonders why the desperation. First, a story was out claiming to have come from the Chairman of CAN Borno state only to be refuted. Secondly, there was another lie that BAT (Bola Ahmed Tinubu) and his running mate were on their way to meet CAN President one night. A meeting that was not true and was on a night that the CAN President was in Alabama USA attending Baptist World Alliance Conference of which he is the Vice President.

“Another desperation story was that they met Papa Adeboye which the RCCG later refuted. If Christians are not important why the desperation?
BAT is free to hire mechanics and other artisans and sew clerical garments for them. An effort that will only add to their many ropes when the political exercise is over but will not change the need for fairness and justice that CAN is calling for.

“CAN appreciates that we are in a democracy, no need to do funny and dubious things just to prove a point because it will in the end bounce back.
BAT team should simply do what is right and stop the drama.”

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