2023: Why I’m supporting Tinubu- Fani Kayode

2023: Why I'm supporting Tinubu- Fani Kayode

2023: Why I'm supporting Tinubu- Fani Kayode

A clan leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Femi Fani-Kayode has made sense of the reasoning behind his help for the APC official up-and-comer, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.

Fani-Kayode, who talked in a meeting on Politics Today on Channels Television, expressed that his decision was educated by private conviction and public union.

He said, “My decision to represent APC and Tinubu doesn’t have anything to do with ethics. It’s an issue of decision. It’s my decision. At the point when I was in the PDP, I battled against those that were against my party. Presently I’m as of now not in the PDP and I’m in the APC, I’ll battle against those that are against my party.

“That is my temperament and I pursue these decisions in view of conviction and in light of fortitude. The main thing… the most serious risk to public solidarity and union, taking everything into account… is what is happening by which power doesn’t move toward the South following eight years of the Hausa/Fulani man controlling this country,” he added.

Fani-Kayode has been a resolute safeguard of a similar confidence ticket of the party, demanding the decision of Tinubu in front of 2023.

The APC clan leader, who noticed that no genuine Christian would be satisfied with such choice, said he had implored about the matter, adding that nothing bad could be said about the Tinubu-Kashim Shettima ticket.

Review that Fani-Kayode in earlier years was known to be reproachful of the APC and Tinubu, blaming the decision party for plotting to islamize the country.

Yet, the previous pastor has said he was exclusively against the APC since he was in the resistance – People’s Democratic Party, PDP.

Fani-Koyode noticed that since he joined APC, numerous things have changed and that even the issue of fulanization has been let go by the ideals of Tinubu’s rise as the APC official banner conveyor.

The APC clan leader likewise protected Shettima, the bad habit official up-and-comer of the APC, saying that the previous Borno state lead representative had assembled more chapels in Borno than some other lead representative.

He said, “And the APC has thought of a Southern up-and-comer and that is overwhelmingly significant. Presently the decisions that the Southern up-and-comer pursues are the decisions he is alright with.

“Clearly, there are issues with a similar confidence ticket. There are issues with that. Any Christian that will let you know he is especially content with that then, at that point, truly talking can’t be a genuine Christian,” he added.

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