Chairman tells Senator Bwacha
Uhuru Samuel Jalingo
The Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Taraba State Chapter, has faulted claims by the Governorship Candidate of the APC, Senator Emmanuel Bwacha, that the Chairman of the association, Rev Dr Isaiah Magaji Jirapye apologised to him over the endorsement of Col. Agbu Kefas, PDP Governorship candidate by CAN.
Jirapye said “it was very unfortunate for the personality of Senator Bwacha to have lied on Channels Television that I, the CAN Chairman visited him secretly and apologized over the endorsement of Col Agbu Kefas by the CAN”.
He said that all what Senator Emmanuel Bwacha said about CAN during his interview with Channels TV should be regarded as baseless and unfounded, adding that the embattled APC governorship candidate is busy chasing white goose.
According to the CAN Chairman, “the meeting between myself and Senator Bwacha after the endorsement of Col. Agbu Kefas was for him to take the endorsement in good fate since it was a aunanimous dicision by CAN, but I am surprised to hear the Senator on Channels Television lieing that I went to apologise to him over the endorsement.
Jirapye urged Senator Emmanuel Bwacha to desist from dragging CAN in his desperation to govern the State for his selfish reasons.
“CAN position on endorsement was a unanimous decision and not that of myself the Chairman alone so I advise desprate politicians to desist from using my name for their selfish interests”.
CAN warns desperate politicians such as Senator Bwacha whom he said lack manners, but called themselves Christians, and the same time insult their spiritual leaders at will to trade with caution.
CAN is shocked with the kind of outburst of cancerous anger from the Senator and pray God to deliver him from such problem, saying People of Bwacha’s character should be watched carefully and never be entrusted with Leadership positions to govern the people.
The Chairman noted that the endorsement of the PDP governorship candidate Col. Agbu Kefas by CAN was in the best interest of the people of the State.