Friday, 21 December 2012

Babangida Condenms Muslims Who Celebrated Yakowa’s Death

It really beats my imagination that anyone would celebrate the death of a fellow human:
“No matter the religion one professes, the simple tenet is that we should sympathise with the dead and the bereaved and pray for the repose of the soul of the departed whose death is a colossal loss.
“Immediately we start praying for our leaders to die, then we are asking that the whole society should die. We must pray for our leaders. We must go back to our faith and practise our religion as demanded by the almighty Allah.
“We must talk to our children. We must be involved in the moral and religious education of our children. This development shows that we are failing in the duty to train our children.”
Niger State Governor. Babangida Aliyu, chided those who celebrated the death of Kaduna State Governor Patrick Yakowa, describing them as “unreligious and inhuman”.

Governor Babangida made the remark while receiving the Speaker of Niger House of Assembly, Alhaji Adamu Usman, who led other members of the Assembly to pay a condolence visit on him.

He described Yakowa as a bridge-builder, who brought Muslims and Christians in Kaduna State together, saying the late governor provided peace and tranquillity.

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