The Kaduna State Governor, Nasiru El-Rufai, has cautioned Nigerians against the spread of fake news.
His statement follows death rumours from alleged involvement in a car accident.
The governor stated this during a welcome dinner organised for him by members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) after his arrival from a one week holiday abroad.
He said he was never involved in any car accident or in a coma as speculated on social media.
He explains that he took a break and travelled abroad to rest after his re-election as governor, only to hear about his involvement in a car accident that led to the death of his driver, while he went into a coma.
He, however, advised Nigerians to avoid spreading false and unsubstantiated stories that are capable of overheating the polity on the social media, adding that those who spread the rumour of his death are playing God.
The governor also criticised the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, over his claim that he won the February 23 poll in Kaduna and not Buhari, adding that Abubakar might have won the election in his dream.
While thanking the majority of people of Kaduna state for reelecting him as governor, El-Rufai promises to be fair and just to all citizens and zones in the state regardless of their religious or ethnic affiliations.
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