Do you know that El Rufai paid some Fulani men? Apostle Suleman

The last is yet to be heard on the ongoing war of words between Apostle Suleman and Governor El Rufai.

Their feud went public after El Rufai banned all forms of public preaching in Kaduna State.

Suleman responded issuing a prophecy that El Rufai will die if he does not reverse that order.

Well, Suleman has asked the FG to compel Mallam El-Rufai to produce Fulani herdsmen whom he claimed to have paid money.

“The Governor of Kaduna State confessed that he paid money to some Fulani herdsmen.

“EL Rufai said he paid the money to them as compensation to stop the [neutralizations] in Southern Kaduna.

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“That means he knows those who have committed atrocities against Christians.

“He must be made to produce them to answer to charges of murder and other crimes.

“El-Rufai can be safely regarded as an apologist of the herdsmen, and with a fact.

“On July 12, 2012, he tweeted the following: ‘We will write this for all to read. Anyone, soldier or not that kills the Fulani takes a loan repayable one day no matter how long it takes.’”

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“The governor’s response to the [neutralizations] in Southern Kaduna has been consistent with this mindset.

“EL Rufai has also made different remarks to substantiate his love the herdsmen and their activities.

“First, he said when he became governor, he traced the attackers to Cameroon, Chad, and Niger.

“He said he sent a message to them that one of their own, a Fulani like them, was now governor.

“This comment displays a dramatically bigoted mindset.

“A governor of a state in Nigeria was making appeals based on ethnic kinship to a group of foreign killers of people in his state!

“In other words, he was appeasing his murderous foreign kinsmen at the expense of indigenes of his state.

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“Those behind the heinous crime are known to the Governor. Yet no one has been charged for murder.

“Which is worse? Saying the truth or offering money to murderers?

“Did El-Rufai offer money to ghosts? For you to pay someone money, the person must have a known and fixed address.

“As chief security officer of the state, was it not his business to arrest and put these hoodlums on trial?

“How come no one has been caught or being prosecuted for the massacre in Southern Kaduna?

“Obviously, there’s more to it that meets the eye.”