Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has said that those arguing that the presidency should not be based on ethnicity or religion are naïve
The fellowship said such an argument was idealistic.
National president of PFN, Bishop Wale Oke asks Nigerians to be pragmatic, because, according to him, tribe and religion have become a major factor in Nigeria’s politics.
Oke speaking at the end of a quarterly meeting of the national executive council of the fellowship in Lagos, argued that the next president after the end of tenure of president Buhari in 2023 must be a Christian in the interest of justice and fairness.
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