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The Lawmaker who is representing Lagos Central Senatorial District made the call in a statement titled: “Unity a Bond of Perfection” and personally signed by her Friday, restated that the season is a celebration of the many ways “faith can transcend boundaries and unite us under banners of fellowship and love, which is reflected in the exchange of gifts, alms-giving especially to the less privileged and those in need”.

Those who frown at the former adduced that the concerned schools presently fall under public institution declaring that discrimination on account of introduction of Hijab in the missionary Schools is uncalled for. This school of thought further hinted that the present owner of the said Schools is the State government and it would be out of point for the CAN and Christians in general to dictate how the school should be run. Pundits advancing and promoting the introduction of Hijab had further hit back at Christians saying they themselves always go against the preaching of spirit of tolerance in the Church as their present stance on the introduction of Hijab portrays them as unaccommodating of other people’s ways of life.

Aliagan, who gave the warning in his Friday sermon in Madrasat Mohammed in Ilorin, Kwara State, said the resurgence of beliefs in family deity or family cultural beliefs “are taboos and abominations with no bearing in Islam”.