Stop politicizing Insecurity, Nigerians Can’t Serve God – Sultan Of Sokoto 

Stop politicizing Insecurity, Nigerians Can’t Serve God – Sultan Of Sokoto

Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar III, the Sultan of Sokoto and President of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, has called on Nigerian leaders to stop politicizing insecurity. DAILY POST reports.

Abubakar said the politicization of insecurity is Nigeria’s major problem.

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Speaking at an event in Abuja on Monday, the monarch said the solution to insecurity in the country is very close.

“Parties are accusing one another of not doing enough to tackle insecurity. I think that’s the major problem we’ve been facing in the country. We believe we have a problem, and the solution is close”. Information Guide Nigeria

“Peace is very important. Without peace, you can’t even worship God. We find people killing themselves. We must go back to the holy books and work according to those books for lasting peace”. jamb results

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