Atiku Congratulates New CAN President, Mulls Interfaith Relations

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Atiku Abubakar  who is the the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), 2023 Presidential candidate, former Vice President, has also congratulated and felicitated with the newly elected President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Most Rev. Daniel Chukwudumebi Okoh.

The Waziri Adamawa had also charged the new CAN President to forge interfaith relations in Nigeria. He also assured him of total support for the promotion of peace and unity in Nigeria.

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Atiku on his verified Facebook page, on Friday, stated “I wish to congratulate Archbishop Daniel Okoh, the General Superintendent of Christ Holy Church (Odozi-Obodo), on his election as President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN).

“Your election at our nation’s crossroads presents you with a unique opportunity of forging interfaith relations.

“Be assured of my hand of fellowship in the promotion of much-needed unity to spur socio-economic and political progress in our country”.

In another report, Atiku Abubakar has openly urged the Federal Government of Nigeria to slow down and cut down on the rate of debt accumulation by promoting more Public Private Partnerships in critical infrastructure funding to aid in the debt reduction.

Atiku in a statement which he had put out on Friday had also explained that the revelation by Nigeria’s Finance Minister that the cost of servicing Nigeria’s debt has surpassed the Federal Government’s retained revenue by ₦310 billion in the first quarter of the year is very worrisome for the country.

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The Waziri Adamawa had also announced that the action must be in breach of all known reasonable debt-sustainability thresholds.

The former Vice President queried the capacity of President Muhammadu Buhari’s led administration to manage the country. He said the All Progressives Congress (APC) led Federal Government has further endangered macroeconomic stability in Nigeria.

 

Africa Daily News, New York

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