Tuesday, 24 June 2014

MSS condemns Kano health school bombing

The Muslim Students Society of Nigeria on Tuesday condemned Monday’s college bombing in Kano that killed eight students of the School of Hygiene.
Its President, Malam Yusuf Arrigasiyyu, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Kano that the attack on the school was “satanic and devilish”.
He urged the Federal and Kano state governments to set up investigative panel to fish out and prosecute all those behind the blast.
He also urged the Federal Government to beef up security across the state and other parts of the country, especially in the North-East to curtail the activities of the insurgents.
Arrigasiyyu said that members of the Boko Haram sect were not Muslims and did not represent Muslims.

He described them as “a bunch of criminals” terrorising innocent Nigerians.
He appealed to parents not to allow the bombings to distract them from sending their children and wards to school.
Arrigasiyyu urged Islamic scholars to educate their followers on the true teachings of Islam, which is peace and love.
He said, “We all must come together to fight insurgency because the devils hide under religion to kill innocent citizens.”
Arrigasiyyu called on Nigerians to be security conscious and report any suspicious movement around them to the security operatives.
He urged Muslims and Christians to pray for the release of the over 200 abducted schoolgirls in Chibok and all those who lost their loved ones in the Boko Haram crisis.

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