Johnson Suleman, the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries has revealed why he chooses to condemn killings in the country.
Mr Suleman, a fierce critic of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration has always condemned killings in the country especially in the North when it is perceived the Christians are been persecuted.
One of such criticism, TODAY POLITICS recalls, landed him and Nasir El-rufai, the incumbent governor of Kaduna State, at loggerheads when the latter failed to address killings of Christmas in southern part of the state.
He is one of those opposing the creation of Rural Grazing Areas (RUGA) for herdsmen of Fulani extraction, largely because of their alleged violence attitude towards their host communities.
Revealing why he does not criticize the government on the economy and other issues, he said this is because other subject matters are political.
He said his decision to condemn killings across the nation is because Human lives are sacrosanct and beyond politics.
“I get irritated when people say our speaking against fulanization is political,” the cleric said in a tweet on Thursday, querying, “have you heard me complain of economy?of the increase of Nigeria debts?that’s for politicians to tackle but security is for all of us..human life is sacrosanct.”
He said although he loves people from the Fulani extraction, herders from the tribe are giving them a bad name.
“I love fulanis..there are good ones with a great heart.very nice and loving fulani men/women..but this herders are doing so much damage to that extraction,” he said in another tweet.