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El-Rufai under fire to destroy the Christian-dominated community -Nigerian

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Nasir el-Rufai, governor of Kaduna State, has been targeted by religious leaders and traditional rulers for demolishing the Gonin Gora community, a Christian-dominated area along Kaduna-Abuja Street.

On Saturday morning, during a nationwide broadcast, the governor threatened to demolish or remove the Gonin Gora community if youth in the area refused to block roads and kill innocent people. "

However, according to the leaders, the governor's decision was unfortunate and unacceptable, even though they called on residents in the region to remain peaceful and law-abiding.

Sarki Samarina, Akila Luka, who spoke with Sahara reporters, urged residents to remain calm and not to take any law into their hands. He emphasized that any attempt to demolish the community would not be resisted, adding that Gonin Gora was a Christian-dominated settlement.

According to Luka, the governor failed to threaten communities such as Mando, Nasarawa, Badiko, Ango Mazu, Pantaker, and a host of others who were also guilty of the same charge he had made against Gonin Gora.

He said, "Every time there is a riot, people from these communities randomly block the highways, and the governor never said anything about these areas, we have no problem here in Gonin Gora, we are peaceful."

Shekwolo Ayuba, chair of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Chikun Township, urged residents to be peaceful and not to take any laws into their hands. He expressed concern about the impending destruction and pointed out that this would denounce the inhabitants to immense severity.

"We do not know what the governor means, but we'll wait and see what happens, and it's unacceptable for someone to wake up one day and say that he's going to destroy the entire community," he said.

Located along Kaduna-Abuja Street, Gonin Gora is a community of more than 800,000 people and hosts a large part of the Christians.

In a press statement by Samuel Aruwan, senior special assistant to the governor (media and public relations) on Saturday after a special committee meeting of the Kaduna State Security Council, 32 people were arrested in connection with the state attacks recently.
A 24-hour curfew is still imposed on parts of the Kaduna state, while the residents of Kachia have daily freedom of movement from 6 to 17 o'clock.

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