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Presidency reacts to quit notice to Bishop Kukah by Muslim group in Sokoto

Presidency reacts to quit notice to Bishop Kukah by Muslim - Presidency reacts to quit notice to Bishop Kukah by Muslim group in Sokoto

President Buhari’s Senior Particular Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, has described as ‘unsuitable calls by the Muslim Solidarity Discussion board in Sokoto State that Bishop of Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Hassan Kukah ought to apologize or go away Sokoto State over his alleged ” malicious vituperations in opposition to Islam and Muslims”. The discussion board had enjoined …

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Shehu Sani reacts to quit notice to Bishop Kukah by Muslim group in Sokoto

Shehu Sani reacts to quit notice to Bishop Kukah by - Shehu Sani reacts to quit notice to Bishop Kukah by Muslim group in Sokoto

The Muslim Solidarity Discussion board in Sokoto State has been warned in opposition to issuing threats or assaults on the Bishop of Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Hassan Kukah. A former member of the Nationwide Meeting, Shehu Sani gave the warning on Wednesday in response to an earlier assertion by the Muslim group asking Kukah to apologise or go away …

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Bishop Kukah won’t apologise, leave Sokoto – Fani-Kayode

Bishop Kukah wont apologise leave Sokoto – Fani Kayode - Bishop Kukah won’t apologise, leave Sokoto – Fani-Kayode

Femi Fani-Kayode, a former Aviation Minister, has faulted the decision that Bishop of Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Mathew Kukah ought to depart the state, following his Christmas message. The Muslim Solidarity Discussion board, Sokoto, had suggested Kukah to quietly depart Sokoto or cease what it termed “his malicious vituperations towards Islam and Muslims”. The group additionally referred to as on …

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Christmas message: Leave Sokoto or stop your malicious vituperations – Muslim group tells Bishop Kukah

Christmas message Leave Sokoto or stop your malicious vituperations - Christmas message: Leave Sokoto or stop your malicious vituperations - Muslim group tells Bishop Kukah

Muslim Solidarity Discussion board, Sokoto, has suggested the Bishop of Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Hassan Kukah, to rapidly and quietly depart Sokoto or cease what the group referred to as “his malicious vituperations towards Islam and Muslims”. The group additionally enjoined Bishop Kukah to tender unreserved apology to the Muslim Ummah. The group’s performing chairman, Professor Isa Maishanu, in …

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