We Destroyed Jonathan’s Government, We Can Do Same In 2023 — Almajiris
Almajiris throughout the country have vowed to fall apart the country over their alleged sick cure in current times.
The President of the National Centre for Quaranic Recitation, Sheikh Hassan Musa, stated this on Friday.
Musa, who expressed the dismay of the Almajiris over the choice of the Governors from the 19 Northern States to relocate them, said: “Almajiris in Nigeria are over 16 million and in 2015, we supported the All Progressives Congress due to the fact Dame Patience, former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s wife, insulted us.
“Although, she does not recognize Hausa language, however the way she spoke about us then at some point of the marketing campaign for her husband’s second time period presidential election, we felt very insulted.
“And that used to be the solely motive we voted for President Muhammadu Buhari throughout the presidential election.
“But now, we are dealt with this way.
“We agreed that Jonathan will now not return and so we requested all the almajiris throughout the country to vote for Buhari and that is how he gainedthe election, however this is what we are getting.
“All governments need to deal with the difficulty of the Almajiris in the country with warning due to the fact any Government that works towards the systemwill definitely be crumbled.”
Sheikh Musa, who mentioned this at some stage inthe flag off and hand over by means of Niger State Government of Almajiri Isolation centre at Tudun Fulani Haji camp, Minna, the state capital, recalled how the Almajiris in the country used their votes to vote out Jonathan from power during the 2015 presidential election due to Patience’s derogatory utterances.
He in addition warned the political class in the country in opposition to toying with the trouble of almajiris the way they are doing now, saying: “We will wait for them once more in 2023.|
He stated Clerics have agreed to permit the almajiris to be remoted and examined for the coronavirus disease, however added: “We are releasing these children to you on trust.
“If you fail us, we will get again to you.”
While expressing dissatisfaction at the way Almajiris are being handled and treated at the more than a fewisolation centres in the 19 northern states, he advisedthe Niger State Government to take precise care of the children at the centre and that after two weeks make certain that they are transported safely returned to their states.
The National President of the Quaranic Centre similarly pleaded: “These young people from the 25 nearby governments will be delivered to the Isolation centre and will now be in your care.
“Please, take ample care of them and after two weeks, take them lower back to their families.
“Their mallams have launched them to you and we thank the Niger State Government for the facility made accessible for them.”
Musa, however, frowned at the behaviour of some Almajiris, who rather of obtaining Islamic traininggo about begging for alms and foods.
He said: “The Almajiris are now a threat to Northern Nigeria.
“In the past, the Islamic training used to beimportant, however now, alternatively than learning, they about begging.
“It is very wrong.”
Speaking earlier, Secretary to the Niger State Government and Chairman Niger State COVID-19 Task Force, Ahmed Matane, referred to that the isolation centre for Almajiris used to be set up based totally on the choice of the 19 Northern States Governors to ship every of them returned to their states of origin.
Matane said: “We determined no longer to rush to return the Almajiris to their States as differentnorthern states did.
“We first seek advice from with their Mallams earlier than bringing them here.
“It is a definitely nicely described protocol.
“After government’s speak with the Mallams.
“So, authorities furnished the centre and put in location the whole thing to take care of them for the two weeks.”
Matane additionally stated the want no longer to play politics with the issue, saying: “The Almajiri machine is a Northern Nigeria phenomenon.
“The North is being insulted for this.
“We are now not stopping the gadget of education.
“They are everywhere.
“At the gasoline stations, restaurants, financial institution ATMs, streets, no longer getting to knowand we are announcing this has to stop.”
Matane similarly defined that the first set of 31 youthto the centre have been from Chanchaga Local Government, whilst these from the different 24 councils are being awaited.
In an interview session, Matane stated the participants of the National Assembly did now notrecognize the “embarrassment the problem of almajiri is inflicting kingdom governments, which is why they requested that they need to no longer be repatriated to their states of origin”.
He insisted on the implementation of the choice of the Northern States Governors Forum that the almajiris have to return to their states of origin.
He said: “In Niger State, we are adopting an absolutely extraordinary approach, which is why we are setting apart them earlier than sending them to their states of origin.”