Party supporters raise flags in support of Nigerian President and Presidential candidate of the ruling People's Democratic Party Goodluck Jonathan and Vice President Namadi Sambo during a rally in Lagos on January 8, 2015. Nigeria's President Goodluc ~ PIUS UTOMI EKPEI
Lagos-Peoples Democratic Party’s governorship candidate, Simeon Sule, has hit back to say that he is not a religious imposter as it has been speculated, reports Tribune
Posters of Simeon have been put up around the state, portraying the candidate with a turban, which reports argue that it depicts Sule as a Muslim other than a Christian, which the senator claims to be.
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Speaking at saint Barnabas Church, the current senator, Sule, has come out to say to the rest of the country that he is a Christian, and that he would not change for political reasons.
The governorship candidate, with a Muslim father, argues that though his father was the Chief Imam of his village, and named him Sule, which derives from Islam, he stands as a Christian and refuses to compromise his faith.
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