The sacked chief Imam of Apo central mosque, Abuja, Imam Nuhu Khalid has said if asking for security from the government is a sin, then he’s ready to go to hellfire.
Recalls that the imam was suspended by the Apo legislative mosque for criticizing President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration over insecurity.
Speaking with Channels TV, the sacked Imam insisted that he was not wrong to request security for the country while refering to the recent attacks in Kaduna State.
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He said he was ready to go to hell if talking to power in regards to the condition of security in the country is a sin, saying the leaders need to fix the country’s security.
He said, “I said President Muhammadu Buhari was supposed to have done more than what he did. And I said if they are only concerned with voting in elections, then will we give them conditions for our votes. And the condition is, secure Nigeria before 2023 or we will not vote again.
“All we want is security and if it is a sin to ask for that, then I am ready to go to hellfire. But I am aware that it is not a sin to ask for a secured Nigeria”.