Buhari Agenda to Islamized Nigeria is clear-CAN

The leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has
accused President Muhammadu Buhari of projecting an Islamic
agenda.
The body said the President has made three key appointments in
the last few days, but that none is from the South or a Christian.
Buhari recently appointed Yusuf Magaji Bichi, a Muslim, from Kano
State to replace Matthew Seiyefa, a Christian from Bayelsa who
had been operating in an acting capacity since Lawal Daura was
sacked.
Mr Abbas Umar Masanawa was also named the Managing
Director of the Nigerian Security Printing and Minting Company,
just as Hajiya Zainab Ahmed was appointed the acting Finance
Minister to replace Mrs Kemi Adeosun who resigned.
CAN spokesman, Bayo Oladeji, in a statement on Monday alleged
that the marginalisation of the Christians is deliberate to heighten
the tension in the land for whatever reasons.
He said: “CAN notes with disappointments, shocks and surprises
that despite our appeal to President Buhari to break the domination
of the country’ security council by people of the same religion and
language in a multi-religious and multi-ethnic groups that make up
Nigeria, he still derives pleasure in turning a deaf ear to the Voice
of Wisdom and Reason as manifested in the three appointments.
The leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has
accused President Muhammadu Buhari of projecting an Islamic
agenda.
The body said the President has made three key appointments in
the last few days, but that none is from the South or a Christian.
Buhari recently appointed Yusuf Magaji Bichi, a Muslim, from Kano
State to replace Matthew Seiyefa, a Christian from Bayelsa who
had been operating in an acting capacity since Lawal Daura was
sacked.
Mr Abbas Umar Masanawa was also named the Managing
Director of the Nigerian Security Printing and Minting Company,
just as Hajiya Zainab Ahmed was appointed the acting Finance
Minister to replace Mrs Kemi Adeosun who resigned.
CAN spokesman, Bayo Oladeji, in a statement on Monday alleged
that the marginalisation of the Christians is deliberate to heighten
the tension in the land for whatever reasons.
He said: “CAN notes with disappointments, shocks and surprises
that despite our appeal to President Buhari to break the domination
of the country’ security council by people of the same religion and
language in a multi-religious and multi-ethnic groups that make up
Nigeria, he still derives pleasure in turning a deaf ear to the Voice
of Wisdom and Reason as manifested in the three appointments.
“The President, who at his inauguration three years ago promised
to be fair to all, has been consistently and persistently
discriminating against Christians and Southerners in all his
appointments and policies.
“CAN is also disappointed with the justification of the illegalities
being perpetrated by Buhari in the lopsided appointments by the
Presidency including a handful Christians in his government who
are doing so primarily to keep their jobs, at the expense of the
majority.

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2 Comments

  1. Good update

  2. Not true. Buhari can’t islamise us

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