The President, Alfredia Association of Nigeria (CAN), Revolution. Samson Ayokunle, has dismissed since fake news the report in certain online media platforms that the coverage christian body has endorsed Chief executive Muhammadu Buhari for second phrase in office.
Ayokunle made the dismissal on Thurs in a statement signed by Pastor Adebayo Oladeji, his Special Associate, Media & Communications.
Recall that CAN had met behind closed-doors with 14 presidential candidates to ask them their qualifications for aspiring to the highest workplace in the land as well as to interrogate their own plans for the nation including the chapel. However , the outcome of the parley had been yet to be made public.
Reacting to the rumoured endorsement associated with President Buhari sequel to the conference, Oladeji quoted the leadership associated with CAN as saying that the statement was a product of mischief manufacturers bent on tarnishing the image from the Christian body ahead of the forthcoming common elections.
The declaration reads: “ Our attention continues to be drawn to a news story published simply by an online platform that has become notorious with regard to publishing fake stories.
“ According to the story, the Alfredia Association of Nigeria (CAN) offers endorsed President Muhammadu Buhari for your second term in office right after CAN had met with some fourteen Presidential candidates in Abuja. There is nothing like that either before, throughout or after the parley.
“ At the tail end from the programme, the CAN President, Their Eminence, Rev Dr Samson Ayokunle, who briefed the press, failed to say any of the candidates has been supported.
“ So , exactly where did His Eminence inform these types of liars and mischief makers that may has endorsed President Buhari for the second term?
“ We appeal to members of the public to watch out for those who are fabricating this fake information for whatever reasons.
“ We challenge the online system that published this fake information to provide relevant footages and sound clip to back up their record. ”
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