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Pastor Chris Okafor Warns El-Rufai Against Persecuting Christians In Kaduna, Gives Him 7 Days [Video]

The pastor in a video shared on his wall on Monday night described El-Rufai as Herod, who cannot withstand the wrath of God.

Pastor Chris Okafor Warns El-Rufai Against Persecuting Christians In Kaduna, Gives Him 7 Days [Video] 1

The founder of Liberation City, Pastor Chris Okafor has warned the Governor Of Kaduna State, Nasir El-Rufai against persecuting Christians and preachers in the state or risk the wrath of God.

The preacher gave El-Rufai seven days to reverse bill at the state House of Assembly to license religious bodies or would be visited by God.

The bill proposes that any person found guilty of preaching without a valid licence and other offences under the law “shall be liable to two years in prison or pay a fine of N200,000.”

Under this new edict, the government seeks to create an inter-faith Ministerial Committee to be appointed by the governor which will exercise control over Jama’atu Nasril Islam (JNI), and the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN).

The bill ensures that the ministerial committee shall issue licenses to religious bodies without which the body cannot preach. It also stipulates that no external preacher can preach in Kaduna without a permit.

Speaking on the development, the pastor in a video shared on his wall on Monday night described El-Rufai as Herod, who cannot withstand the wrath of God.

Watch the video below:

El-Rufia You Are Warned

El-Rufia You Are Warned

Posted by Dr Chris Okafor Ministries on Monday, March 25, 2019

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