In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 24th, August, 2020

Drama As Kaduna Authorities Drags Bishop To Courtroom For Saying Governor El-Rufai Will By no means Be The President Of Nigeria

Drama As Kaduna Government Drags Bishop To Court For Saying Governor El-Rufai Will Never Be The President Of Nigeria

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Gov Nasir el-Rufai

An Anglican Bishop of Zaria diocese, Abiodun Ogunyemi has been arraigned by the Kaduna State Authorities for saying that the state governor, Nasir el-Rufai, won’t ever be President of Nigeria.

Ogunyemi made the assertion in November 2019 over the demolition of church buildings in Kaduna State.

He mentioned that the governor ought to cease embarrassing himself with demolition of church buildings in any a part of Kaduna State, noting that any try and demolish retailers or properties in Sabongari Market is evil, callous and depraved and might be related to the wrath of God.

“The entire of the Sabongari Market is our land acquired within the early 1900s with real C of O which we have now submitted to the state authorities for recertification. Any try by el-Rufai to demolish any of our properties in that market might be a direct assault on the church in the entire of Nigeria.

“The governor ought to know that he won’t ever be President of Nigeria. I communicate prophetically as a servant of the residing God,” the bishop mentioned.

Ogunyemi was arraigned earlier than a chief Justice of the Peace’s court docket in Kaduna on costs bordering on prison defamation, injurious falsehood and prison intimidation, TheCable experiences.

He pleaded not responsible to the costs levelled in opposition to him and was granted bail by the court docket.

A member of the Kaduna Synod and a canon of the Cathedral Church of St Michael, Kaduna, stood in as surety.

Nevertheless, Director of Public Prosecutions, who led the state authorized group, instructed the court docket that there have been ongoing consultations, which may result in a peaceable decision of the case.

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The Justice of the Peace adjourned the case till October 28, 2020, for continuation.


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