Nasir El Rufai has hit back at Apostle Suleiman who criticized the governor over the passing of a religious bill that will regulate preachers and clergymen in Kaduna State.
In a statement El Rufai said:
“Most of the people that say I would die, as if I would not die, are
people who call themselves Christian clergy. Of course, I will die. If
that apostle is truly an apostle, he should mention the day I will die.
“There is nothing in that law that prevents or
infringes the practice of religion. It seeks to ensure that those that
preach religion are qualified, trained and certified by their peers to
do it. And some sections of the media have made it as if the law was
drafted against Christianity. It is most irresponsible and I have
nothing to say except to leave the matter to God.”