Tinubu’s govt would appoint Christians if elected – Group 

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Group of the Asiwaju Ahmed Bola-Shettima support said the All Progressives Congress (APC), presidential candidate would appoint Christians if elected as Nigeria next president.

The Director-General of AABOS, Abdulsalami Iyaji, a retired Assistant Inspector-General of Police, gave the assurance during a press conference, on Friday evening, in Abuja. Said, “Nigerians should focus more on good governance than religion and ethnicity during the general election. Does governance end with the President and Vice President?
According to him, “There are lots of offices in government, such that the totality of their influence determines how the President and his vice operate. However, it is unfortunate that down the line, Nigerians don’t see things that way.
“When Tinubu and Shettima come on board, Christians will be prominent in virtually all areas of governance, and by so doing, the APC standard bearer will douse the fears and paranoia that has trailed the Muslim-Muslim ticket.
Iyaji said, “The conduct of Tinubu and Shettima will make the fears linked to the same faith ticket to become irrelevant such that in subsequent elections, religion will no longer be an issue.
They will demonstrate what it takes to put aside religion and ethnicity as far as governance is concerned.”
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