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Those wishing president buhari dead will not live to enternity - JNI

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Those wishing president buhari dead will not live to enternity - JNI

Post by Admin on Thu Feb 09, 2017 1:53 pm

The Jama’ Atu Nasril Isla (JNI) with its national headquarters, Kaduna, has aid that those who are wishing President Buhari death will not live to eternity and also condemned those calling for the resignation of Professor Yemi Osinbajo, as the Vice President saying such call was callous, mischievous and unpatriotic. The group made this known in a statement signed by its Secretary-General, Dr. Khalid Abubakar Aliyu on Thursday asked ‘Aren’t we supposed to wish each other good well being? Let alone, the President of the country?’ JNI went further to say that its very concerned about the pandemonium generated as a result of the rumored illness of the President and enjoined Nigerians to be patriots, halt the spreading inaccurate information. The group begged Muslims not to join the bandwagon of rumour mongers. JNI condemned those calling for the resignation of Professor Yemi Osinbajo, as the Vice President, saying whatever, the intent may be, such calls was callous, mischievous and unpatriotic as it called on all Jumu’ah Imams to include the matter in their respective Friday sermons tomorrow and beyond. Because in prayers we find consolation. The statement reads thus JNI is indeed perturbed over the series of rumors making the rounds on the state of President Muhammadu Buhari’s health. It should be however noted that as with every mortal, illness is inevitable, likewise life and death. Thus, JNI is very concerned about the pandemonium generated as a result of the rumored illness of the President and the dimension it is unfortunately taking. Does that mean, he can no longer get ill? Agreed that reports from the presidency stated that, President Muhammadu Buhari is currently undergoing cycle of tests as recommended by his doctors, hence the extension of his leave. We must as patriots, be cautioned on spreading inaccurate information. More so, Muslims should be cautioned not to join the bandwagon of rumor mongers. This is so because already some unpatriotic elements are wishing that the President is dead. Interestingly, those who wish him death will certainly not leave till eternity. Aren’t we supposed to wish each other good well being? Let alone, the President of the country? Therefore, following the unnecessary excitement in the President’s delayed return to Nigeria, we implore all and sundry, particularly the Muslims to persistently supplicate on daily basis for President Muhammadu Buhari’s safe return, restoration of good health and the ability to continue with the task of piloting Nigeria to greater heights with his team. In the same vein, we are all implored to fervently pray for the Nation, the Vice President, Governors and all those in the positions of authority, for Allah’s guidance in the discharge of their respective duties. We nonetheless, condemn in the strongest terms those calling for the resignation of Professor Yemi Osinbajo, as the Vice President, Federal Republic of Nigeria. Whatever, the intent may be, we see such calls as callous, mischievous and unpatriotic. Moreover, why must that vacuum be created now, if not for sinister motives? We therefore call on all Jumu’ah Imams to include the matter in their respective Friday sermons tomorrow and beyond. Because in prayers we find consolation.

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