Governor  Zulum Under Fire for Demolition of Churches in Borno.

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Governor  Zulum Under Fire for Demolition of Churches in Borno.

Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has slammed Borno State Governor, Babagana Umara Zulum, for the state’s recent demolition of a church building.

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The demolished a church building belonging to the Local Church of Brethren, LCB, on Thursday last week under Ekkliziyan Yan’uwa a Nigeria (EYN), a.k.a Church of Brethren Maduganari.

Several Nigerians were outraged by the incident, including the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), which demanded that the governor immediately rebuild the destroyed structure.

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Despite the demolition, worshippers gathered at the site for a regular church service on Sunday.

Femi Kayode reacted by writing on his verified Facebook page on Monday that no one can stop the body of Christ from massively growing.

“No matter how hard ANYONE tries, demolishing churches will not stop the Christian faith’s massive expansion and growth,” he wrote.

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“The Church was established on the blood of martyrs, as well as the crushed and broken bodies and bones of saints.

“Governor Zulum of Borno State bulldozed the Church building, but the faithful continued to worship there, even on the stones and rubble.

“Kill us a thousand times, and millions will rise and multiply.

“The gates of hell will not prevail against Christ’s Church.

“I am so proud of Borno State’s Christians. They must never forget that they are not alone: God is with them, and we care about them.”

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