APC: I hate when people lie and fail to deliver on their promises. One of the bishops at Tinubu’s campaign openly accuses Tinubu on the terms of manipulation. Unfortunately, the All progressive congress refused to meet their end of the bargain.
Recall that bishops were seen at the public presentation of shettima, the running mate of APC’s flagbearer.
According to people’s gazette one of the fake bishops hired by Bola Tinubu’s campaign for the public presentation of Kashim Shettima as the vice presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) narrated how he was paid for the appearance.
APC: I hate when people lie and fail to deliver on their promises
“I am a Christian and I am supporting Tinubu but I hate when people lie and fail to deliver on their promises,” Joseph Odaudu said
One of the fake bishops who was said to have been hired by Bola Tinubu’s campaign for the public presentation of Kashim Shettima as the vice presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has narrated how he was paid for the appearance.
Apparently, they were promised a sum of money but weren’t paid in full. Joseph said;
“They came to meet us at the car park behind Eagle Square and they promised to give me N100,000. They bought food for us and took us to another place where they gave us clothes to dress like Christian leaders and reverend fathers,”
“But after we finished they only gave me N40,000 and another person said they got only N30,000. I don’t know why they changed our agreement because they said they had N100,000 for us.
“I am a Christian and I am supporting Tinubu but I hate when people lie and fail to deliver on their promises,” he added.
The fake bishops had appeared in a cassock to give Christian voters a false impression that Mr Tinubu’s decision to pick a Muslim northerner as his running-mate for the 2023 general election meant well for the country despite strong criticism from the Christian community and opinion leaders in the country.
The Catholic Church had described those who appeared at the event held at the Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Centre, Abuja as “impostors,” telling The Gazette the church had no representation at the event.
When asked if he knew that it was illegal to disguise as a Catholic bishop, Mr Odaudu insisted he didn’t break any laws.
“No law was broken we only tried to show Nigerians that Christians are solidly behind Asiwaju Tinubu,” he added.
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) had kicked against the choice of a Muslim-Muslim ticket and registered its opposition against the ruling decision of the ruling All Progressives Congress for the 2023 election.
The Muslim-muslim ticket is creating a rift in the society and people are beginning to question the authenticity of the All progressive congress, especially since they are capable of manipulating citizens of the country.