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"Mind Your Mouth" - Fani-Kayode Warns Muslim Group Threatening Bishop Kukah

Posted by Thandiubani on Wed 13th Jan, 2021 -

A prominent Nigerian politician, Femi Fani-Kayode has lashed out at a Muslim group for threatening Bishop Kukah.

Femi Fani-Kayode
Femi Fani-Kayode
The Muslim Solidarity Forum has been lambasted after threatening the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Hassan Kukah.
Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode told the Islamic group to mind its utterances.
The Sokoto-based group had asked Kukah to vacate the state or tender an apology over his comments on Islam.
The acting Chairman of MSF, Prof Isa Maishanu, made this known in a statement in reaction to the cleric’s Christmas Message.
Reacting, the former minister tweeted, “Bishop Hassan Kukah did not attack Islam & has nothing to apologise about. He has always sought for religious tolerance & peaceful co-existence between Christians & Muslims. Those that demand that he “must apologise” or “leave Sokoto” must mind their utterances & keep the peace.
“If anyone can provide me with a video of Kukah calling for violence against Muslims or inciting people against Islam I will give him one million naira.”
Kukah in his December 25 message had accused the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), of nepotism. His message riled some nerves, especially in the camp of the pro-Buharists.
The cleric had said, “One Northern Imam after the other have posted videos of lamentation on the social media asking why, with all the cards of power in the hands of northern Muslims, everything is bursting in the seams. How come our region has become a cesspool of blood and death? Why did President Buhari hand over a majority of the plum jobs to Northern Muslims? Was it for efficacy and efficiency? What was the logic? President Buhari must pause and turn around because his policy of nepotism has been rejected by the gods.”

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