Information has come to light regarding claims that the All Progressives Congress, APC, invited Christian clergy members to take part in the introduction of the party’s vice presidential candidate, Kashim Shettima.
Recall that on Wednesday in Abuja, APC presidential candidate Bola Tinubu announced the former governor of Borno State as his running mate.
Social media is inundated with videos of bishops who attended the event clad in cassocks because of the issue around the same faith ticket.
One of the ‘bishops’ spoke with Peoples Gazette, Joseph Odaudu alleged that they were hired from a motor park.
He said: “They came to meet us at the car park behind Eagle Square and they promised to give me N100,000. They bought food for us and took us to another place where they gave us clothes to dress like Christian leaders and reverend fathers,” Mr Odaudu told The Gazette.
“But after we finished, they only gave me N40,000 and another person said they got only N30,000. I don’t know why they changed our agreement because they said they had N100,000 for us.
“I am a Christian and I am supporting Tinubu but I hate when people lie and fail to deliver on their promises,” he added.
Photo of the fake bishops
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