I will deal with all of them – Governor Nasir El Rufai

Take good look folks, Governor Nasir El Rufai is part of what is wrong with this country.

El Rufai openly said his government visited Fulani herdsmen in neighboring countries and begged them to stop the mayhem in southern Kaduna.

Why illegal Fulani (according to him) allows aliens and terrorists to slay a the persons he governs beats our imagination.

We have a Governor who dodged the draft, claiming bad feet or whatever it was and paid aliens not to slay his kinsmen.

This whole thing with El Rufai is like a bad reality show being played out in front of the world to see.

It’s not cute and it’s not funny. Human lives are being impacted by his actions.

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El Rufai has warned that anyone spreading false stories and images of attacks will be arrested and prosecuted.

Recall that Apostle John Suleman has been on El Rufai’s case.

It was Suleman that called out El Rufai when he banned Christians from preaching in Kaduna State.

DSS also went after Suleman in Ekiti State, after he condemned the incidents in Kaduna State.

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Jema’a, Kaura and Zangon-Kataf LGAs had been embroiled in crisis following frequent attacks by armed Fulani herdsmen.

Hundreds of people have been [neutralized] while properties worth billions of naira have been destroyed.

The Kaduna State Security Council issued the warning in a statement yesterday.

“The council welcomes the efforts of the security agencies in thwarting attacks and helping to foster a growing sense of safety.

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“However, the council also received reports of a spike in false stories of attacks and killings.

“These appear tailored to promote panic within communities, create fear and provoke a spiral of reprisals and vengeance.

“If any individual or community is attacked, the correct and lawful procedure is to report to traditional rulers and the police.”