…“There are 6 Mosques in Campus” – Pastor rattles
by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna
A Kaduna-born Pastor and preacher of the Word of God, Pastor David Ayuba, popularly known as “Azzaman Azzaman,” has dared truths to power in a bid to settle the problem of religious intolerance taking tolls in Kaduna State and other Northern States of the Federation.
Our correspondent reliably gathered that, despite the fact that there are six Mosques in the Kaduna State University, strategically built across the school campus, no single church building can be found, as Christians only carryout church activities under canopies as a result.
Pastor Azzaman questioned, thus: “How can the management stop the church from continuing her construction project and advise them to fellowship in canopies? Are Muslims in the school fellowshipping in canopies?
The clergyman, however, declared that, no one can stop a project that seeks to glorify the name of the Lord, adding the Catholic and Protestant Churches will be built on the school soil with blocks and not temporary canopies.
“Kaduna State belongs to both Christians and Muslims. Statistics show that Kaduna State has over 4 million Christians. So, any attempt to favour one region at the expense of the other will be resisted with outmost priority,” he said.
“Let those orchestrating this division be careful. We will cry to God and He will answer us accordingly,” Pastor Azzaman concluded.
Speaking on the striking differences infiltrated into the system, Pastor Azzaman, who explosively dragged the Kaduna State Government and the School Management, expressed believe that stopping Christians, who didn’t have a single church in the University, from erecting a church is barbaric, unheard of and reprehensible, adding that the Gospel of God cannot be stopped or tamed for whatever reason.
All efforts to get the varsity management’s reaction through the spokesman of the varsity failed, as he refused to pick calls put through to his GSM.
Meanwhile, the Southern Kaduna People’s Union, SOKAPU, has urged Southern Kaduna citizens to “Defend yourselves against terrorists.”