Churches go wild over MP’s gift of Christmas rice

Churches go wild over MP’s gift of Christmas rice

- Churches at Damongo have rejected a Christmas gift of a bag of rice from the MP, Mutawakil Adam

- They explained that Muslims had better gifts from the MP during Ramadan

- They have therefore vowed to return the bag of rice and show him the exit during the 2020 elections

A bag of rice from the Member of Parliament (MP) for Damongo, Mutawakil Adam, to all churches in his constituency, have been angrily rejected.

According to a report by Rainbowradioonline.com, the Christians accused the lawmaker of being unfair and bias.

They added that his actions demeaned Christians in the constituency, and it was therefore unacceptable.

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Shedding light on their argument, they explained that during Ramadan, their Muslim counterparts were usually given many bags of sugar and rice for their celebration.

Meanwhile, some of the churches have declared their intention of returning the bag of rice to Mutawakil Adam.

“This is an insult to we the Christians; we are not hungry people. If you want to give us something for the celebration, must is be a bag of rice for all the churches here?” they quizzed.

They have therefore declared their intent to return the bag of rice to him on Monday, December 31, 2018.

The MP is however yet to comment on the matter, but the churches have reportedly vowed to show him the exit during the 2020 elections.

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