Don’t Set Nigeria On Fire Over Hijab’ – PFN To Kwara State Governor

Don’t Set Nigeria On Fire Over Hijab’ – PFN To Kwara State Governor

The President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Bishop Wale Oke has requested the Kwara State Governor, Governor Alhaji Abdul-Raman Abdulrasaq to see to it that his actions over hijab doesn’t set Nigeria on hearth.

This comes after the conflict between Christians and Muslims within the state after the state authorities requested all Muslim ladies to put on hijab to colleges with Christian faculties included.

In keeping with the PFN chairman, the hijab disaster could degenerate if not dealt with with warning.

He additionally spoke in regards to the tenure extension permitted for the Inspector Normal of Police, Muhammed Adamu, arguing that he ought to as a substitute tender his letter of resignation in view of his abysmal efficiency because the IGP.

He made these feedback as he spoke on the Cornerstone Metropolis, Ibadan, through the go to of the Ekiti and Ondo states chapters of the Fellowship, led by the duo of Bishop Clement Abifade and Bishop Joshua Opayinka.

In his submission, he mentioned;

“I’m interesting to Your Excellency, Mr Governor, to let the sleeping canine lie. Respect the custom and emotions of others.

Keep away from divisive politics that may set this nation on hearth.

Carry all people collectively; don’t drive hijab on our folks, they gained’t again down.

Your Excellency, stoop to overcome; stoop for peace, stoop for concord.”

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