Apostle Johnson Suleman of Omega Fire Ministries has dared Governor Nasir El-rufai of Kaduna State to mention the names of Southern Kaduna Leaders he accused of demanding to be appeased with brown envelopes.
El-rufai who appeared on Channels Television’s Sunday Politics said that the leaders are expecting him to appease them over the killings in Southern Kaduna.
He said: “Anyone that is moderate anyone that is promoting peaceful co-existence between various ethnic groups is considered a sellout.
“And a governor like me, who does not appease them because they are used to being appeased, they cause troubles, they organise these killings and then, their leaders are invited by the governor, they wine and dine, and they are given brown envelopes. That’s what they have been doing for 20 years.”
Reacting to the governor’s statement, Apostle Suleman advised him to mention their names or keep quiet and work towards ending the killings.
He tweeted, “Just heard the Kaduna governor say some elites in Kaduna want ‘brown envelopes’, that’s why they are fanning the embers of war.
“If you are sure of your claims, mention their names so we drag them on this street. If not, keep quiet and fix the mess. Enough of the bloodshed.”