Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu

Muslim/Muslim Ticket Is Issue For Christians In South East, South South; Not South West  – Pastor Adelaja


The pastor of the largest church in Ukraine before the Russian invasion, Dr. Sunday Adelaja has declared that the Muslim/Muslim Ticket is only a big issue to Christians from the south and South south Nigeria but that Christians in the South West are more tolerant and would massively support Ahmed Bola Tinubu to become Nigeria’s 16th president in 2023.

In a piece where he gave 10 reasons why Tinubu’s will win the election next year, Pastor Adelaja boasted that Kashim Shettima, the All Progressives Congress vice president all candidate will deliver the Northeast, while President Muhammadu Buhari and his governors will deliver the Northwest to APC.

He was confident that the Southwest will support Tinubu, s development, according to him that will have the all other political parties battling for the second and third positions.

He argued that the south/south and especially south/east areas of Nigeria are regions that don’t normally vote APC and thus cannot be the main factors for consideration, stressing that expediency means that that the politician who wants to win consider the opinions of those who will deliver the votes.

While reiterating that the South/south and the Southeast will vote either PDP or Labour Party, even if Tinubu selects a Christian running mate, Dr Adelaja maintained that the Southwest do not care as much when it comes to religion, because, according to him, they are the most tolerant zone in Nigeria, while the north will be excited by the choice of Tinubu/Shettima ticket.

“I personally don’t believe that Tinubu who is married to a Christian Pastor for 40 years will all of a sudden become anti christian. If that could be the case we would have seen the signs in Lagos”, he summed.



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