The religious leaders in their separate prayers admonished the bandits to lay down their arms and embrace peace, adding that the children and others abducted are going through trauma.
Abdulkareem, who gave the advice in a statement by the university’s Director of Corporate Affairs, Kunle Akogun, described the month of Ramadan as holy and sacred.
The governor urged Muslim faithful to pray relentlessly for the peace and development of the country during the fasting period.
He said they should look for hijab-wearing schools their children can attend.
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.
Alhaji Ibrahim Abdullahi, the National Coordinator of the group gave the advice in a statement in Ilorin on Saturday.
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”.
Gumi was quoted to have said non-Muslim soldiers carried out orchestrated killings of bandits and consequently precipitating their anger.
The organisation made this known in a press statement by its General Secretary, Joseph Daramola, on Thursday.
This is disappointing and unacceptable and, if not handled properly, has the potential of leading to a major religious conflagration and crisis. I say this because Kukah is deeply loved by millions from all over the country and the Christian community rever and adore him.
In other words, it is a deliberate determination to live by, with and for the holy Quran and the practical aspect of the life of Prophet Mohammad. By so doing, a Muslim forsakes or disregards all other forms of instructions from all other sources or authorities.
However, there are many “ifs and buts” that could have changed the success story of Fuji since Barrister evolved the genre in the late 1960s from “Were”, an Islamic music used to wake Muslims up during Ramadan.
Pastor Yohanna Buru, General Overseer, Christ Evengelical and Life Intervention Ministry, expressed appreciation for the large turn out of Muslim faithful during the church service.
The Islamic rights groups, which spoke against the backdrop of the placement of Nigeria on religious freedom blacklist, also faulted the position of the Christian Association of Nigeria that backed the US claim of religious persecution.
The wedding Fatiha was held on Sunday in Gasau Panshekara area of Kano State and attended by former representative of Kaduna Central Senatorial District, Shehu Sani, and many others.
The position of MURIC was made known by its Director, Prof. Ishaq Akintola, in a statement on Wednesday.
This was contained in a statement jointly signed by its National Coordinator, Ibrahim Muhammed, and Publicity Secretary, Abubakar Mahmoud
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