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Kaduna killings: You’re a bigot – Shehu Sani knocks El-Rufai

By Seun Opejobi

Shehu Sani, a public affairs commentator, has referred to the immediate past governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El-Rufai as a bigot.

Sani was lamenting the number of Christian clerics killed in Kaduna during El-Rufai’s eight years as governor.

The former Kaduna Central Senator said El-Rufai never visited the families of the deceased clerics for condolence all through his tenure.

Tweeting, Sani wrote: “Imagine a Governor of a State for eight years and these high profile clerics were murdered by terrorists in his state, and he never for once bothered to visit their families for condolence or even speak personally on the tragedies. If I don’t find a word bigger than a ‘bigot’, I’ll coin it.”

This is coming at a time El-Rufai has come under scrutiny over his recent religious comment.

Addressing a gathering, the former governor said the All Progressives Congress, APC, used religion as a tool to make Bola Tinubu Nigeria’s leader.

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