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El-Rufai’s religious bill is Biblical—-Agbese

A Civil rights activist, Comrade Philip Agbese has thrown his weight behind the Kaduna State Religious Activities Regulation Bill describing it as a biblical concept that was initiated by Apostle Paul in the Bible.

Speaking to our correspondent in a phone conversation, the United Kingdom based activist said “Governor Nasir El Rufai is more of a prophet of God than those who have predicted his death.

“Anyone who wants El Rufai to die does not have a copy of the New Testament or lacks basic knowledge of simple comprehension or both.

“The prophet calling for El Rufai’s death is not only a joker playing the brain cards of prosperity on his followers but as well guilty of the offenses that are enclosed in the letters of the Bill already sent to the Kaduna State House of Assembly.

“These very persons were the same goons who collected our had earned money in foreign currency from former President GOODLUCK Jonathan that he would win the Presidential election.

“Unfortunately, when the results turned upside down they still shamelessly attempted to deceive their congregants that it was God who changed his mind. How do we explain the flip flops in their prophetic narrative when those calling for El-Rufai’s head had predicted that he will never become Governor, that Okorocha will lose his second term and that GOODLUCK Jonathan was going to win again?” He queried.

Supporting the move by El-Rufai, he informed that it was Apostle Paul in the Bible who encouraged Christians that all men and women should learn to conduct themselves in an orderly manner. Whoever doesn’t respect this admonishment cannot in the first instance address him/herself as a Christian anywhere in the world? He advised that the Bill when passed into law shall restrict what he termed “cut and join Pastors and Imams” from misleading people in Nigeria should be endorsed throughout the federation and allowed to stand in order to bring about sanity in Nigeria.

According to Agbese, Nigeria has the highest number of churches and mosques in the world ;yet we still find it difficult to live together in peace and harmony due to hate preachings and sermons that have become a part and parcel of us.

Meanwhile he has called on genuine prophets of God to pray for the Governor to succeed in his quest to protect the citizens of Kaduna State irrespective of religious or ethnic affiliations.

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2 Comments

  1. Chekwas Okpara

    April 6, 2016 at 6:20 am

    The so called prophets and imams are all exploiting the illiteracy of their victims in the name of God. They amassed personal wealth all in the name of God and tell you that it’s God’s money. Until Nigerians do away with religious and tribal sentiments, there will not be peace and harmony in the land. Unscrupulous religious leaders are busy telling their followers that people outside their faith are unbelievers and should have nothing to do with them. Yet they travel to China and India to patronise Buddhists and Hindus. Any human activity that is not regulated is bound to be abused. However, there shouldn’t be discrimination in the implementation of the proposed law.

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  2. Chimezie Pascal

    April 6, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    The writer of this article, Philip Agbese, or whoever, is ignorant of the scriptures. And by extension, ignorant of Jesus Christ. This Bill is taking us back to the issue about State and Religion, and the relationship thereto. What is an ideal thing? Is it the State that will control religion, or is it religion that will control the State? Which of this two exist at the behest of another? Agbese should answer these questions. He is also ignorant of history. Let me remind him that far back in about 1678, such a Bill had been proposed and passed into law in Great Britian, which provided cover to the persecution, death in imprisonment of many preachers. Where is the Bill today? The Jewish authorities sought to regulate the Apostles from preaching after the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. St. Peter thundered at them, “Men of Israel, consider it yourself whether it is better to obey man than to obey God? We would rather obey God than man!” (Acts 5: 28 -29) Stop misleading El-Rufai. Nobody can challenge God, not even el-rufai. He may have good intentions. But he must be careful how he goes about it.

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  3. Francis Nyengierefaka

    April 5, 2016 at 12:03 am

    You are a death man.

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  4. John Udom

    April 5, 2016 at 5:12 am

    Agents of destabilization. They hate peace

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  5. Rhoda Sadus

    April 5, 2016 at 5:48 am

    Biblical indeed. Workers of iniquity. Jehovah himself will judge you for supporting persecution of the Church. Spirituality is different from politics. If you truly are a Christian, you ought to know the difference.

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  6. Blessing Ibekwe

    April 5, 2016 at 7:21 am

    Of course,,the scriptures must be fulfiled,but woe betide him.

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  7. Philip Idakwo

    April 5, 2016 at 7:47 am

    why are Christians easily deceived?, when will christian speak with one voice? unbeliever now provide direction to the church? from where comes these bundle of confusion?

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  8. Paul Ayegba

    April 5, 2016 at 9:05 am

    Which Bible are you reading or what did know about Christian persecution in history? Satanic.

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  9. Ston Gostacci

    April 5, 2016 at 9:31 am

    I see someone destroying him self soon, the Governor want to challenge God. But let’s see his end

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  10. King Yahaya Yunus

    April 5, 2016 at 6:36 pm

    I just got to know that for once, there is a reasonable person in christianity.

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