They Are After My Life - Borno Pastor Who Exposed Minister Pantami in a Letter Cries Out

Date: 23-04-2021 6:04 am (5 months ago) | Author: kacy lee
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The Director-General, Centre for Justice on Religion and Ethnicity in Nigeria, Kallamu Musa Ali Dikwa, said he has been receiving threats on his phone following his calls for the sacking of Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami.

Speaking with SaharaReporters, Dikwa said that he has been receiving calls from strange numbers threatening to harm him, but he is ready for them because they will not succeed in their mission against him.

“They have been threatening me for long. I’m not moved by their threats, they tell me they will hit me, they will do this and that. I tell them not to call me on the phone but to come to my house. I tell them anywhere they attack, I am ready for them. I am not moved by their empty threats, ” the pastor said.

“We cannot sit and watch them do this to us. We have to speak up. I am ready for them, I want them to arrest me and they are running away. What they want to do is to assassinate me but they can’t. If anybody tries to assassinate me, let him come. Before I die, if they sent ten people, I will kill five of them. I am not a foolish pastor, if anyone tries to attack me, I will finish them. I move around freely, and my heart is free but I have to speak the truth. They are always sending threats. Why are they announcing their intentions, why not come? I am ready for them. Let us save our country.”


In an earlier interview with SaharaReporters, the pastor had revealed that he wrote three times to the Nigerian government over the alleged ties Pantami had with terrorism but was ignored.

According to him, he wrote the first letter addressed to the Nigerian government in 2012 during the President Goodluck Jonathan-led administration and was invited to stand as a witness in the trial but the case was struck out thereafter.

Dikwa said that he wrote another letter in 2018 during the first term of President Muhammadu Buhari. He said he was invited to recall the letter and the VCDs attached and warned never to write such again.

The pastor, who hails from the Dikwa Local Government Area of Borno state, said he wrote again in 2020 but the letter was never acknowledged.


Posted: at 23-04-2021 06:04 AM (5 months ago) | Addicted Hero
- vicky987 at 23-04-2021 06:32 AM (5 months ago)
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You're fearless pastor. The lord is your strenght
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- SweetDaddy1 at 23-04-2021 07:36 AM (5 months ago)
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Leave that country, now been ruled by TERRORIST groups.
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- samybrowne at 23-04-2021 11:36 AM (5 months ago)
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selfish wicked rulers in assorock
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