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Bethel Baptist: Resign Now, Stop Protecting Bandits – Primate Ayodele to El-Rufai

The INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church leader, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has decried the abduction of over 121 students in Bethel Baptist Church High School, Kaduna, two days ago.

Primate Ayodele called on the Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, to resign over his inability to secure the state from incessant attacks by bandits who go all out to abduct students.

In a statement by his Media Office, the primate revealed that Governor El-Rufai has information about bandits because he withdrew his child from public school to avoid being kidnapped, yet he has not done a lot to curb the attacks in the state.

The man of God advised the governor to resign from his position as the chief security officer of Kaduna State since he can not do “his job well by creating a formidable security system to bring an end to the attacks.”

He said: “It’s so sad to have heard that about 121 students were kidnapped from a school in Kaduna state. It’s very sad that the governor can’t secure his people from these incessant attacks and operations by the bandits.

“Governor El-Rufai has information at hand because he withdrew his son from a public school to avoid kidnap as said by him, what has stopped him from moving against these criminals?

“El-Rufai must resign as a governor because his body language says He is protecting the bandits, we have lots of incompetent governors in Nigeria and anyone that can’t protect his territory should be rejected by Nigerians. Everyone that can’t secure their territory should resign as governor and should never come back in 2023.”

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