General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, Johnson Suleman, has advised federal government to stop persecuting people who speak the truth in an attempt to silence them.
He marveled why none of those responsible for killings in Kaduna have not been arrested.
In a statement by Phrank Shaibu, his communication adviser, Suleman said those who speak the truth have been vilified.
Suleman has been invited by the DSS for questioning and has promised to honour the invitation slated for Monday.
“There’s no end to the killing of Christians in Kaduna. Those behind the heinous crime are known. Yet no one has been charged for murder,” he said in a statement.
“Instead people like us who speak the truth are being persecuted. The federal government must not give the impression of partiality or suggest that Christians are the target of this administration.
“The governor of Kaduna state confessed that he paid money to some Fulani herdsmen as compensation to stop the killings in southern Kaduna.
“That means he knows those who have committed atrocities against Christians. He must be made to produce them to answer to charges of murder and other crimes.
“The governor’s response to the killings in Southern Kaduna has been consistent with this mindset. In a recent chat with news men in Kaduna, the governor made different remarks to substantiate his love the herdsmen and their activities.
“First, he said when he became governor, he traced the attackers to Cameroon, Chad, and Niger and sent a message to them that one of their own, a Fulani like them, was now governor. This comment displays a dramatically bigoted mindset.
Suleman called on security agencies not to allow politicians and “ethnic warlords” use them to achieve “parochial objectives”.