Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar, has urged Christian leaders in the country to be cautious before making remarks that could jeopardise the peaceful co-existence that exist between followers of major faiths in the country.
The Sultan made the plea while addressing resident communities, heads of security agencies, religious leaders and journalists during a Ramadan breakfast dinner held at his palace on Monday night.
Sultan Abubakar was reacting to the publication credited to some christian leaders saying “if Leah Sharibu dies in the hand of Boko Haram, there will going to be a religious war in the country” which he described as very unfair as terrorism has no religion or ethnicity.
The Sultan said, “How could that be. Did the Muslims connived with Boko Haram to abduct the girls and release others. No.” Read more