CAN Should Be Asking For Senate President Or CJN, Not VP – Tinubu’s Campaign Spokesperson, Keyamo


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Festus Keyamo, a spokesperson for the Tinubu-Shettima presidential committee for the campaign’s marketing, stated it was the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) must be seeking the position of Senate Chief Justice or President of Nigeria more as opposed to vice chairman.

The All Progressives Congress (APC) is under fire from CAN and completely different Christian groups over the possibility of an Islamic-Muslim presidential candidate in 2023’s election.

Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu the candidate for president of the group was accused of choosing an opponent who was a Muslim to be his running partner according to the opposition.

On the 5th of August 2022, Keyamo spoke about the issue via Channel Television and claimed that those who had criticised the similar faith party have been misled in thinking that the vice-chairman would be able to take a look at the authority of the president.

The president continued to say that nobody can take on the immense power of the president as commander in chief of the armed forces.

The vice chairman gets an appointment from the president exactly as he receives a process with the secretary to federal authorities. They are completely distinct appointees, according to the minister responsible for labour in each state. of labor.

Since there are three levels of presidency, according to Keyamo, Nigerian Christians must have a chief justice and a Senate President. The chief justice oversees the judiciary, while the president is the head of the legislative division while the President of the Senate oversees the supervisory division.

He came to conclude that the Islamic-Muslim president’s candidacy was acceptable and that political events shouldn’t be a way to appeal to the petty opinions of any particular group.

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