Kaduna state has had a pitiful history of religious conflicts, that is as indicated by Governor Nasir El-rufai.
Presently, Governor El-rufai says he is ready to sign out what he depicts as the "poison from the negative acts of religion in the state".
With this impact, El-rufai on Friday introduced an regulatory preaching council comprised of senior religious leaders from the Christian and Islamic religions, customary leaders and public officeholders.
He said their obligations will be to guarantee that those who preach their faith in the state don't set residents against themselves.
The committee will likewise guarantee that religion in Kaduna state isn't carried out in manners that intentionally bother others.
The Governor reviewed that a strict preaching order to address the circumstance has been set up in the state beginning around 1984.
As per the governor, his administration neglected to carry it out after reviewing the laws in 2016.
Recently Inaugurated chairman of the Religious Preaching Council clarified that the council was not arrangement to witch-chase anybody but rather to guarantee that religion in the state isn't utilized as a device for fighting and violence.
Other public office holders were likewise sworn into different workplaces including two Justices of Kaduna state High Court.
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