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Lauretta Onochie, aide to Presidential Muhammadu Buhari on social media, has stated that Christians in Nigeria complaining of religious persecution are suffering from inferiority complex.
The controversial aide on Twitter, said this while reacting to exchanges between the Christian Association of Nigeria and Sultan of Sokoto, Sa’ad Abubakar III.
The United States of America had included Nigeria in the list of countries with religious intolerance.
Onochie said Christian’s complaining of persecution are suffering from religious inferiority complex.
“You’ll never hear Muslims say that someone wants to “Christianise” them. They believe strongly in their religion.
“When people claim that they are facing threats of Islamisation, they are suffering from a religious inferiority complex. Their belief is weak,” she said.
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