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We will not allow two Muslims to run in the 2023 elections – PFN Church

The PFN will not allow a Muslim to be president and a Muslim to be vice president.

This follows the call by the Muslim Brotherhood MURIC that Yoruba Muslims will be given power in 2023.

Debates continue between members of both religions ahead of the 2023 elections.

The Pentecostal Church of Nigeria (PFN) has said it has uncovered a plot by Muslims to field two candidates for president and vice president in the 2023 general election.

PFN President Bishop Wale Oke announced at a Zee World Congress rally at the University of Ibadan on Monday, the Sun reported.

Oke said that although the party did not choose who to support, any party trying to isolate Christians would not succeed.

He said:

“Unfortunately, some politicians are trying to stir up unrest in the country by allowing two Muslims( For President and vice president) to run in the 2023 elections.”

“Nigeria is a Christian and Muslim country. So we will not accept tickets for Muslims (for President and vice president); we will not allow Christians to be discriminated against.”

“What we want is to follow in the footsteps of Obasanjo, Umar Yar’Adua and Buhari.”

“Whoever tries to give Muslims and Muslims a ticket is a devil and a hellfire. And God will destroy their devil. Any party that gives tickets to Muslims ( for President and vice president) will lose.”

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Christians must succeed President Buhari in 2023 – PFN Church

The PFN president called on Nigerians that the country belongs to all and that President Muhammadu Buhari must allow Christians to succeed him.

According to him, only a human devil can try to make them a Muslim candidate.

He said:

“What we want is a Christian President. Buhari must hand over power to the Christians.

Everyone knows that we will not accept anything to the contrary. The 65 million PFN church members will not accept it.”

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