Femi Fani-Kayode, a former Aviation Minister, has frowned at the call asking Bishop of Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Mathew Kukah to leave Sokoto State following his controversial Christmas message.
Recall that a group known as the Muslim Solidarity Forum, Sokoto, told the cleric to leave Sokoto or stop “his malicious vituperations against Islam and Muslims”.
Speaking further, the Islamic group also called on the outspoken cleric to tender apology to the Muslims over the Christmas message.
Reacting to the call, Fani-Kayode said Kukah did not commit any offence that warrants apology.
In a series of tweets, Fani-Kayode said: “Bishop Hassan Kukah did not attack Islam and has nothing to apologise about.
“He has always sought for religious tolerance and peaceful co-existence between Christians and Muslims. Those that demand that he, “must apologise” or “leave Sokoto” must mind their utterances and keep the peace.
“If anyone can provide me with a video of Kukah calling for violence against Muslims or inciting people against Islam,I will give him one million naira