Sheikh Nuhu Khalid, former Chief Imam of Apo Legislative Quarters Central Mosque in Abuja, has vowed to continue speaking about the failure of President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government.
Khalid said he would rather die of hunger than stay quiet when Nigerians are being killed under the current government.
The Islamic Research and Da’awah Foundation founder told Daily Trust: “I have nothing to lose. For this, I stand by my words. I would rather die of hunger than be quiet when people are killed. Trains are attacked and roads are blocked and (there is) bloodletting everywhere.
“I live in a local area. My children go to public schools, and I relate with local people. Therefore, I know the difficult situation the people of this country are going through.”
Khalid was sacked as the Chief Imam of the Apo legislative quarters Juma’at mosque in Abuja because he berated Buhari’s government over its inability to tackle insecurity in the country.