Spokesperson of the Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Management Committee, Dino Melaye, has questioned the competence and fitness of the All Progressives Congress presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu.
Melaye stated that Tinubu plunged into new depths of desecration when by an unguarded and unrelated flow of thought he despised the body of Christ by profaning the sacrament of communion.
In a statement he personally signed on Tuesday, Melayed alleged that the former Lagos State governor trivialised the existential threat that climate change poses to humanity.
He added that the APC flagbearer fell out of tune with world leaders in ways that betrayed a lack of understanding of what the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Called the “Fierce Urgency of Now”.
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According to the former lawmaker, Tinubu rubbed insult on injury by calling in the Holy Communion into an unrelated conversation having overlooked Christians in his choice of a running mate.
“It would have been honourable for Tinubu to simply admit that he didn’t know what climate change is. Again, that exposed his limited understanding and poor preparation for governance. Any leader of any great nation who does not understand the basics of climate change, especially with the ongoing flooding in Nigeria and the economic conflict arising from farmers and herders, has no business aspiring to lead our dear country at this moment.
“Besides, Nigerians who have been in doubt about the presence of mind and the physiological capacity of Tinubu to preside over the affairs of Nigeria should now be convinced that he is not fit. For a moment, his thought processes tripped and he launched into another issue entirely. Nigerians could imagine if what happened in Kaduna had happened on the world stage. As I said earlier, Nigerians can not afford to gamble with the next election.
“An Atiku presidency will not only be at home with global issues anywhere and anytime. He would build bridges and partnerships to address contemporary and emerging issues with pace, purpose and patience. He will collaborate with others to contain the causes and effects of climate change and more importantly, he will work for structures that will help Nigeria to build the resilience and adaptation to climate change, particularly in climate smart agriculture and other strategic initiatives.”