Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has told critics of Bishop Mathew Kukah of the Sokoto Catholic Diocese to stop their utterances.
Concise News reported that the Muslim Solidarity Forum told Kukah to leave Sokoto State over “his malicious vituperations against Islam and Muslims”.
Recall that Kukah had in a Christmas message faulted the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.
He accused Buhari of running a government with nepotism and a northern agenda.
In reaction, the MSF accused Kukah of trying to break the peaceful coexistence between Muslims and Christians in Sokoto.
Reacting to the Forum’s statement, Femi Fani-Kayode tweeted: “Bishop Hassan Kukah did not attack Islam & has nothing to apologise about. He has always sought for religious tolerance & peaceful co-existence between Christians & Muslims. Those that demand that he “must apologise” or “leave Sokoto” must mind their utterances & keep the peace.
“If anyone can provide me with a video of Kukah calling for violence against Muslims or inciting people against Islam I will give him one million Naira.”