The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, said this on Tuesday.
The National Security Adviser, retired Major General Babagana Monguno, reeled out of the list on Tuesday at a workshop.
The Secretary General, JNI, Dr. Khalid Aliyu, said in a statement on Thursday in Kaduna that the spate of killings in the country were unacceptable.
Marwa met separately with the leadership of the two religious bodies on Thursday in Jos.
He congratulated him on his close to 15 years of providing guidance and wisdom for the Muslim community.
It urged the government to constitute a formidable investigative panel of experts to unearth the recurring mystery.
Dr. Ensign, who on May 14 announced her resignation as President of Dickinson College, one of the oldest and most distinguished liberal arts colleges in the United States, had first served as President of AUN from 2010 to 2017 before departing to take up the Presidency at Dickinson.
Religious leaders in Kogi have warned the Independent National Electoral Commission and security agencies not to compromise the Nov.16 governorship election in the state.
Jama’atul Nasril Islam has urged Islamic preachers to refrain from provocative statements and character assassination in their sermons during the forthcoming Ramadan fast.
A statement issued by the police spokesman in the state, Yakubu Sabo, on Tuesday in Kaduna said that the decision followed a meeting with the Commissioner of Police, Ahmad Abdulrahaman and leaders of the JNI and CAN.
She noted that the commission has been working with various stakeholders to prevent crisis, adding that such meetings with religious stakeholders would continue in order to find lasting solutions to conflicts in the state.
He said that the kidnappers abandoned their victims “in an area outskirt of Kaduna” before informing JNI of where they could located them
A copy of the statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria said the allegation was publicised by one Obinna Akukwe via an online medium with an e-mail address as [email protected]
A statement signed by JNI Secretary General, Dr. Khalid Abubakar, expressed concern over the “uproar” being generated in some quarters by the shift in the date of the polls
The JNI further urged Islamic scholars to promote “the culture of healthy intellectual dialogue and exchange of goodwill” in order to strengthen unity among them
Mike Omeri, the Coordinator, National Information Centre, said this at a joint news conference by the Department of State Service, the Military and the Nigerian Police Force in Abuja
The condemnation was contained in a statement signed and issued in Kaduna by the JNI Secretary-General, Dr Sale Aliyu