The management of the Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN) has accused some Muslim leaders of selling violence and spiritual disaster.
They’ve additionally warned that no faith has a monopoly on violence, cautioning varied faiths to be conscious of their actions and utterances.
In an announcement on Tuesday, Daramola alerted the general public that extremists have been plotting to throw the already nervous nation into utter confusion.
The scribe noticed that all around the nation, actions are being taken by some Islamic leaders to impress their Christian counterparts to anger.
“No faith has a monopoly of violence, therefore, Christian leaders proceed to warning devoted towards provocative actions towards different religions or residents wherever they stay as Jesus Christ taught us”, Joseph Daramola, CAN Normal Secretary stated.
Daramola stated in Kwara State, CAN continues to be attempting to curb the violence occasioned by the Governor’s directive to mission’s faculties to permit the sporting of the hijab.
The apex spiritual organisation requested if Islamic faculties would permit Catholics or Christian ladies who’re their college students to decorate to high school premises of their cassocks.
“Some extremists have constructed Ummul Khair Central Mosque and Islamic Centre beside Catholic Bishop’s Home and the Secretariat primarily to tempt peace-loving Christians into a non secular disaster”, CAN firms.
Daramola stated the declare by Imam Abubakar Ali-Agan and the Normal Supervisor, Kwara Bodily Planning Authority, that there was a Memorandum of Understanding between the Catholic Bishop of Ilorin and the house owners of the Ummul Khair Central Mosque concerning the buildings, was falsehood.
CAN suggested Muslim leaders to cease fishing in troubled waters to impress Christians with whom they share the identical neighbourhood.
Daramola urged safety companies to warning and stop any group of individuals whose actions can result in spiritual and social crises and violence in Nigeria.