El Rufai Says Niger Delta Militants Planning To Killing Christians In Southern Kaduna

El Rufai

Nasir El Rufai,
the governor of Kaduna State, claims that he has intelligence that there
are plans to use Niger Delta militants to disguise as Fulani herdsmen
to attack and kill Christians in the troubled Southern Kaduna.

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A report by Daily Trust said
El-Rufai made the allegation while speaking during a widely publicised
media chat on Wednesday, December 21, 2016 in Kaduna.

The governor did not give further
details but the report quoted him as saying that he was aware
politicians were sponsoring the attacks and were benefitting from the
crisis, asserting that they would be arrested and prosecuted to serve as
deterrent to others.

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The governor spoke in Hausa and
attempted to defend his decision to impose a 24-hour curfew on three
local government areas in Southern Kaduna during the Christmas period,
marring the holidays for Christians who dominate the region of the
State.
Southern Kaduna has, for several years
been the epicentre for the on-going Fulani herdsmen genocide against
Christians and minority ethnic groups in Nigeria. For the past six
months, the intensity of the attacks have increased under the leadership
of El Rufai.
El Rufai has confessed to sponsoring the
Islamist terrorist against the people of Southern Kaduna when he
claimed that his government had tracked down members of the Fulani
militia, the 4th deadliest terrorist group in the world, and paid them
“compensation” so that they stop the killing in Southern Kaduna.
He also revealed that they the murderers are from different countries in Africa.
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