Yakasai, who made the call on his Twitter page, said Bishop Onah should be arrested for making comments capable of inciting violence while preaching his sermon.
Onah had in a video, decried an alleged discrimination in handling of security cases in the north and in the south, backing up this claim by recounting the clash between members of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and operatives of the Department of State Service (DSS) in Enugu state.
The clergy also alleged that mosques are springing up in the east, while it is allegedly difficult to get lands to build churches in some states and the northern region of the country.
Reacting in a tweet, Yakasai called on security operatives to arrest the Catholic bishop stating that one cannot use a place of worship be it Mosque or a Church and incite violence.
“This will be a good scapegoat for security operatives to make example of. You CANNOT use place of worship be it Mosque or a Church and incite violence particularly that of religion in a country like ours, and then get away with it. I call for the arrest & prosecution of this man,” he wrote.
KanyiDaily recalls that Yakasai was recently suspended by his principal over comments he made about President Muhammadu Buhari on the same Twitter.