The head of the prohibited Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has cautioned a Muslim gathering against assaulting the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Mathew Kukah.
Naija News had before announced that the Muslim Solidarity Forum requested that Kukah apologize to the Muslim people group over his Christmas Day message or leave Sokoto State.
The acting Chairman of the discussion, Prof Isa Maishanu, gave the quit notice in an assertion delivered on Tuesday in response to Kukah’s message.
Yet, accordingly, Kukah had said he was prepared to apologize on the off chance that he is indicated any piece of his Christmas message that offended Islam.
Responding to the dangers through his Twitter page on Wednesday, the IPOB pioneer said a Muslim can’t consent to apologize to Christians whenever indicated where the individual offended Christianity. Be that as it may, the Mulsim bunch needs the Bishop to apologize for not offending their religion.
He said Bishop Kukah has consented to apologize whenever demonstrated where he offended Islam yet the gathering needs him to apologize or leave Sokoto State.
Kanu, notwithstanding, cautioned that nothing should happen to the Bishop.
He expressed: “Can a Muslim consent to apologize to Christians whenever demonstrated where the person offended Christianity?.
“Yet, yet Bishop #Kukah consented to apologize whenever demonstrated where he offended Islam.
Can a Muslim agree to apologize to Christians if shown where he or she insulted Christianity?.
But yet Bishop #Kukah agreed to apologise if shown where he insulted Islam..
Not even a scratch should be seen on his body, else…… pic.twitter.com/rmnwIvFvyw
— Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (@MaziNnamdlKanu) January 13, 2021