Kaduna Kaduna has been enmeshed in crisis in the past few years; Governor El Rufai’s handling of same has left the people sharply divided.
Kaduna Governor Nasir El Rufai’s political engineering as demonstrated by his adoption of a Muslim-Muslim ticket may have galvanized the Christian population in the state against the APC.
“She also asked me to assure you that, the perpetrators of this heinous crime will be fished out by the authorities and will be made to face the most severe punishment according to the law of the land.” Also speaking at the event, wife of the Kaduna State Governor, Hajia Aisha (Ummi) Garba El Rufai thanked the President’s wife, and admonished the people of Kajuru local government to live in peace.
READ ALSO: I advised El Rufai against releasing casualty figure in Kaduna crisis — CP Utaan, who addressed journalists at his Jime/Ode campaign office in Makurdi, said the Ortom-led government had been instigating violence in the council area through the state-sponsored livestock guards.
Sunday Aborisade, Kaduna The Commissioner of Police, Kaduna State command, Ahmad Abdulrahman, said he advised Governor Nasir El Rufai against quoting any particular figure as the number of casualties recorded in the ethnic crisis between the Adara and Fulani in the Kajuru Local Government Area of the state.
The ruling APC’s Governor Nasir El Rufai of Kaduna State who claims to be close to President Buhari, sent out a chilling message to the Western countries and their observers: “Those that are calling for anyone to come and intervene in Nigeria, we are waiting for the person that would come and intervene, they would go back in body bags…Nobody will come to Nigeria and tell us how to run our country.
READ ALSO: Body bag threat: ICC may prosecute El Rufai, says Falana Northern readers were taken aback by the photographs, and they responded with indictment of their leaders.
READ ALSO: Body bag threat: ICC may prosecute El Rufai, says Falana However, by the time the task force members got the community to effect the arrest, the suspect had fled.
Oladimeji Ramon Human rights lawyer, Mr Femi Falana (SAN), says Kaduna State Governor, Mallam Nasir El Rufai, risks being prosecuted by the International Criminal Court over his “body bag” comment.
Eventually, those we are saddled with as leaders, in the words of Nasir El Rufai are “accidental public servants.” How does a nation develop when we give leadership to those who do not understand its demands?