Watch Your Mouth – Fani-Kayode warns Muslim group that threatens Bishop Kuqah
The Muslim Solidarity Forum has been criticized for threatening the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese Matthew Hassan Kukah.
Former aviation minister Femi Fani-Kayode advised the Islamic group to pay attention to his statements.
The Sokoto group asked Kukah to leave the state or apologize for his comments on Islam.
This was announced by MSF Acting President Prof. Isa Maishanu in his statement in response to the religious leader’s Christmas message.
In response, the former minister tweeted: “Bishop Hasan Kukah did not attack Islam and he has nothing to apologize for. He has always strived for religious tolerance and peaceful coexistence between Christians and Muslims. Those who ask to “apologize” or “leave Sokoto” should heed their words and keep the peace.
“If someone gives me a video of Kuqah calling for violence against Muslims or inciting people against Islam, I will give them a million naira.”
Kukah, in his message of December 25, accused President Major General Muhammadu Bukhari (retired) of nepotism. His message made some people nervous, especially in the Bukharian camp.
The priest said: “One imam of the north after another posted videos of complaints on social media asking why, when all the power cards are in the hands of the Muslims of the north, everything explodes. Why has our land turned into a dump of blood and death? Why did President Bukhari give most of the work of growing plums to Muslims in the north? For efficiency and effectiveness? What was the logic? President Bukhari must stop and turn around because his policy of nepotism has been rejected by the gods. “