Why would some law makers ask the FG to implement sharia law across Nigeria?


Why would some law makers ask the FG to implement sharia law across Nigeria?

Is there is secret plan by APC to dismantle Nigeria by all means?

Some of the policies that have been proposed and implemented since May 29th 2015 have done more harm than good to Nigeria and Nigerians.

No serious bills have been addressed by our law makers but some of them are interested in having sharia law implemented across Nigeria without paying attention to the religions people practice especially those that do not practice Islam?

Let these law makers focus on serious issues and stop getting involved in all sorts of religious issues.

We currently have what appears to be a religious war between Sunni Muslims and Shiites Muslims in the North especially in Kaduna state since the Kaduna state governor declared the Shiites sect illegal in the state.

 

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Nigeria does not belong to Christian, – Bishop Kukah

On October 31, 201612:54 By Imanuel Jannah ABUJA
 
Catholic Bishop of Sokoto diocese, Most Revd. Matthew Kukah, has cautioned members of the National Assembly against making laws that could disunite Nigeria. He gave this warning in Abuja while speaking at the 50th birthday celebration of Senator Osita Izunaso and the 11th anniversary of his Kpakpando Foundation for physically challenged persons.

Bishop Kukah said Nigeria has gone through a lot of tough times since the days of independence up to the present day, which has made the country fragile and sensitive, and has positioned the society on the brinks of disintegration.

He described as regrettable the plan by some lawmakers to call for the introduction of sharia law across the country and challenged all Nigerians irrespective of ethnicity, religion or party affiliation to join hands in making national cohesion a day-to-day reality for every citizen.

http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/10/nigeria-not-belong-christian-bishop-kukah/

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