A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Plateau State, Samuel Kwamkur, on Sunday, in Jos, warned former Governor Nasir El-Rufai not to set Nigeria on fire with his careless utterances.
Speaking at a press briefing, Kwankur, a former National Director of the Christian Association of Nigeria, was reacting to statements credited to the former Kaduna governor.
El-Rufai had allegedly told his audience before handing over to his successor that the Islamic dominance in Kaduna had been successfully carried out in Nigeria and that it shall continue.
He alleged that El-Rufai equally told his audience that in the course of the electioneering campaigns when Christians tried to ask questions on the Muslim/Muslim ticket, they deceived ‘them’ that it was not for religious dominance but that in reality, the tickets both at the state and the national level were for Islamic dominance.
He assured that he will sustain an Islamic-dominated government for 20 years and unending in Kaduna State and Nigeria at large.
While reacting to El-Rufai’s outburst, Kwamkur expressed disappointment at the utterances of the former governor, saying that the classification of the citizens of his state as ‘them’ versus us’ meant that the former governor cannot be exonerated from “the wanton killings, demolition of houses and places of worship of Christians in Kaduna”.