Alli urges Nigerians to be security conscious
Islamic Scholar and Member Governing Council Amotekun in Ogun State Sheik, Abduljabal Alli Hussain has urged Muslims in Nigeria to be security conscious.
Alli congratulated Muslims on the completion of the Ramadan fast.
He said the Southwest will not condole troublesome visitors from other religions or tribes, who have come to settle in any part of the Southwest States to promote violence and discord.
He warned people from other tribes that engage in the sale of Alcohol to ensure they don’t indulge in such during this Ramadan period, warning sternly that anyone caught indulging or selling such to their Muslim brothers will be prosecuted.
According to him, Nigeria is a multi-ethnic group, and every group has her custom and traditions which must be respected by everyone and anyone whether the people of that region itself or people of another ethnic group who have chosen nor decided to settle in that region.
He described the activity of anyone trying to perpetuate wrongdoings during and after Ramadan as totally unacceptable, saying the actions of such individuals, will be strongly resisted with equal force of the law.
In his final remark, he condemned Muslim faithful, parents and particularly Muslim youths who denounce their faith, for some other religion, blaming and admonishing their guardians and parents for failing to teach them the teachings of the Holy Qu’ ran and the teachings of Prophet Mohammed, saying the ‘Eid Al-Fitr feast enjoins all Muslims to remain steadfast in their Islamic faiths and believes. He emphatically condemn the act as he urges Muslim faithful and parents not to tolerate any such thought from their ward/children.
He seized the opportunity to wish President Muhammadu Buhari (GCFR), the Acting IGP, Usman Alkali Baba, CP Lagos State, Speaker of the House Lagos State House of Assembly, Chief Imam FCT Abuja, the Chief Imam of Ogun State chapter, and his excellency, Governor of Lagos State, (Babajide Sanwo Olu). Wishing everyone ‘HAPPY EID AL-FITR’.
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