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“It’s unfair for a Muslim to succeed Buhari in 2023” – PFN

The leader of the PFN, Bishop Francis Oke, has said it is not fair for a Muslim to be president after Buhari.

The senior Christian cleric made the announcement after a PFN meeting in Lagos.

Bishop Oke says that since the return of democracy in 1999, there have been exchanges between Muslims and Christians.

The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has called for a Christian to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023, saying it is unfair for a Muslim to be re-elected.

The call was made by the national chairman of the PFN, Bishop Francis Wale-Oke, at the end of a regular quarterly meeting, this time in Lagos.

This Day reports the PFN president saying:

“We do not think it is right for a Muslim to be president again in 2023. By 2023, a Muslim has ruled for eight years.

The church does not support him. We prayed for him and supported him. We have no regrets. But now we want a Christian president. “

He added that considering the current state of affairs in the country, there have been exchanges between Muslims and Christians since 1999, Obasanjo , Yaradua, Jonathan and Buhari.

“It is not right for President Buhari to be a Muslim. This is not fair. We should do what is right. God loves justice.”

The PFN President spoke on poverty and the migration of Nigerians abroad

The PFN chairman also reiterated the group’s call for the federal government to convene a meeting to discuss the two main issues facing the country which continue to drag on strike and force young people to leave the country.

The pastor said:

“Our leaders need to redouble their efforts. We appreciate their work but they need to be more proactive.

The value of the naira in the global market is a concern and we do not trust it.

“Take action on the country’s economy. It’s very difficult. People are starving. We need to do something. God help us.”

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