How Tinubu Met & Resolved Muslim-Muslim Ticket With CAN Leaders – According to Daily Independent, the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate Asiwaju Bola Tinubu met with the leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) to discuss the controversy surrounding the party’s decision to field a Muslim-Muslim ticket in the general elections of 2023.

The meeting between the Christian leaders was purposefully “kept away from the media,” according to a reliable source in the Christian community who was aware of it and verified the development to our correspondent on Sunday.

He asserts that the incident took place a few days prior to Tinubu’s trip to London, when he met with Rivers State governor Nyesom Wike. Muslim South-West candidate Tinubu selected Senator Kashim Shettima, a former governor of Borno State, as his running mate.

This, however, sparked disagreements, with a variety of interests battling to the contrary. Tinubu justified his choice of Shettima by saying that he prioritized national objectives before religious sensibilities.

According to Tinubu, Shettima’s background in politics and other fields shows that “he is eminently prepared not just to deliver that important electoral success.”

According to the APC candidate for president, Nigerians supported Chief MKO Abiola and his fellow Muslim running mate, Baba Gana Kingibe, in 1993 in “one of our fairest elections ever held.”

Our source told our correspondent that Tinubu met with the CAN leadership to talk about the Muslim-Muslim issue, and I believe that it has been resolved.

As a result, CAN’s opposition has significantly diminished. The meeting between him and the Christian leaders is something I am well aware of.

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