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Edo 2020: Atiku Criticises Buhari Over Police Siege On Wike

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Atiku Abubakar, former vice president, has reacted to the police siege on Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike, who is currently in Edo State.
Mr Wike, according to his party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), was barred from leaving a hotel he lodged in at the state capital, Benin City.
He is the national campaign chairman of the state ruling party on whose platform Godwin Obaseki, the state governor is seeking a second term in office.
His major challenger, Osagie Ize-Iyamu, is of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and enjoys the support of erstwhile national chairman of the party, Adams Oshiomhole.
While leaders of the PDP are said to be under police siege, leaders of the APC are reportedly moving around freely despite restrictions on vehicular moment. As at press has not independently verified the claim.
“A promise of free & fair election cannot be mere lip service. It’s a commitment & should be demonstrated by way of equal access & restriction to every stakeholder,” Mr Abubakar said in a Friday evening tweet.
“Blockading the hotel of @OfficialPDPNig governors in the eve of the Edo election isn’t a good way to show fairness,” the opposition candidate in the last presidential election added.
He is referring to the assertion of President Muhammadu Buhari who promised free, fair and credible election during the exercise tomorrow.

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God is enough for the Oppression Of the Poor in Nigeria ~ Sheikh Lawal Musa Jibia

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Sheikh Lawal Musa Jibia, an Islamic scholar, has slammed the indifference of Nigerian leaders towards their people.

Insecurity, terrorism, animal theft, kidnappings, rapes and killings have been plaguing Katsina State and other parts of Nigeria for at least the past six years.

Up to this point the war was fought.

For this reason, Islamic scholar Judge Sheikh Lawal Musa Dan Sauro Jibiya has expressed concern over the plight of the country’s poor, especially in Jibia Local Government Area of ​​northern Katsina State.

Already during his Friday sermons, he often outlined ways in which the government and its followers could solve the problem.

In his yesterday’s Friday sermon on 25/09/2020, the Sheikh prayed for God’s revenge on all those involved in this terrorist act.

Click the LINK below to download and listen to the teacher’s voice
https://darulfikr.com/s/100468

May God grant us peace Amen.

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Izala Calls on Governor El-rufa’i to Take Emergency Action Against Road Defenders I Fact Print

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An Islamic Organization Jama’atu Izalatil Bid’ah Wa’iqamatissunnah (JIBWIS ) has Calls on Governor El-rufa’i to Take Emergency Action Against Road Defenders who were kidnapped.

The Chairman of JIBWIS, and the President of the African Union of Ahlussunnah, Sheikh Dr. Abdullahi Bala Lau has called on Kaduna State Governor Nasiru Ahmed El-rufa’i to take immediate action against the kidnappers, especially on the Kaduna to Abuja road and other roads in the state.

Sheikh Bala Lau, in a speech at the State House, during a visit by the group, said the purpose of the visit was to discuss security issues in the state, ranging from the conflict in the south state and kidnappings on the Kaduna-Abuja highway.

Sheikh Bala Lau added that leaders must know that their main responsibility is to protect the lives and property of the people. So, although the government can do its best, it is imperative that more efforts be made to address this issue.

In his remarks, Governor Nasiru Elrufai expressed his delight at the visit and explained to the delegation that during his five years at the Kaduna State Government House, he had never received such a senior lecturer.

The governor also told the president that they were ready at any time to take advice from religious leaders to resolve the religious crisis plaguing the state. He said steps were being taken, and they would take further steps on security in the power of God.

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