A Concerned Kwara Muslim Urges Governor Abdulrazak Not To Throw State Into Religious Crisis


The Oasis Reporters

March 27, 2021

 

Governor Abdulrahman
Abdulrazak of Kwara State.



Coming on the heels of the blame heaped on Kwara State governor, Abdulrahman Abdulrazak over the Hijab wearing controversy being imposed on mission schools in the state, an alleged ‘concerned’ Kwara Muslim has circulated his message to the governor, with some revelations as well.


Read on:


Attention Sir,

Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrazak, Kwara State Governor:

Do not throw us into a religious crisis.
There are five pillars of Islam on which Islamic religion revolves :-
Opo Islam Marun Ni
1. Imon Olohun Lokan-Olohun kan soso ni
Olohun koni orogun, koni obakan.
2. Alms- Kayo Zakat.
3. Ramadan – Aawe.
4. Prayers – Five times daily prayer (Ikirun)
5. Holy pilgrimage.
Opo Marun loje fun enikeni.


Hijab has never been part of the five pillars of Islam and never written in Quran.
Hijab is a way of dressing. It has no relevance with Western education.


Fola your wife is a dedicated Christian.
Mrs Toyin Saraki, Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki CON’s wife is a Christian. Deaconess Omolewa, Dr Abdulfatah Ahmed’s wife is a Christian.
Our father Dr Abubakar Olushola Saraki’s wife, Mama Florence Morenike is a Christian. They never forced anybody to wear Hijab.


Abdulrahman Abdulrasak, definitely your children practice Christianity. You love Hijab so much and you abandoned Hijab to fall in love with a Christian woman. Abdulraman do you mean to tell us you love Hijab better than your wife and children?

Please, don’t use Hijab to settle cheap political scores and throw our dear state into an unnecessary religious crises.

The SS3 students will soon commence their West African Examination Council (WAEC) examination. Please, innocent parents and their lean resources speak out.

Honestly this issue bleeds my heart. I desire to see a Kwara where we live together in love and produce students who can hold their heads high anywhere in the world rather than religious bigots.


I see this Hijab issue as a deliberate attempt to mislead these innocent young minds and divert attention from the non performance of this government. The result of religious bigotry is what we are witnessing in the north of Nigeria.


You have two options for peace to reign. You either return the missions schools or go back to what has been obtainable for decades.

Don’t you know it will be ridiculous in schools where Churches are sited to have HIJAB and Mosques ?

We say No to Hijab.


Thanks.

Greg Abolo

Blogger at The Oasis Reporters.

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