Rivers State Labour Party chairman, Hilda Dokubo has taken to social media to express concern, following a bill that tries to control the spread of the gospel of Christ by the Christian community which has passed a second reading in the Nigerian Senate.
Recall that the Nigerian Senate had few hours ago made a bill which creates a National Center for Christian Education that will regulate and set standards for the practice of Christianity in the country, to pass second reading.
Senator Binos Yaroe who happens to be the sponsor of such bill, noted that the National Center would help in providing solutions to the "inappropriate practice" of religion, which has caused a lot of issues in the past.
However such bill passed by the Nigerian Senate did not sit well with many Christians in the country, including Nollywood veteran actress, Hilda Dokubo.
Hilda Dokubo in reaction to such bill, took to her official Twitter account to ask Nigerians that they should tell her what the bill is, if it is not religious bigotry, adding that the day is yet to break.
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