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NEWS UPDATE: Borno: Gov Zulum demolished 11 mosques, only 4 churches – Islamic group claims

NEWS UPDATE: Borno: Gov Zulum demolished 11 mosques, only 4 churches – Islamic group claims

The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has uncovered that the Borno State Government really obliterated 11 mosques and four churches.

The disclosure by MURIC is in opposition to claims that just houses of worship were crushed by the state government.

MURIC spread the word about its discoveries for writers in an explanation endorsed by its chief, Professor Ishaq Akintola.

He said, “In spite of an organized promulgation over the destruction of an EYN church in Maiduguri, the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) can definitively report that the Borno State Geographic Information Systems (BOGIS) made by Governor Babagana Umara Zulum, really wrecked 11 mosques and four places of worship, in the city. The activity started from 29th May, 2019 up till last week,” the assertion said.

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“A group of specialists working with MURIC visited every one of the destinations where the mosques were crushed, talked with occupants and accumulated photos and information that showed areas of every one of the 11 mosques and dates of their destruction by authorities of Borno State Government for infringement of direction supported in private titles, which was in consistence with a 2010 Government White paper because of the 2009 Boko Haram uprising, which rigorously denied the transformation of any private house to a position of love, in all pieces of Borno State.

“Findings showed that two mosques were obliterated by BOGIS on eleventh March, 2020, around Fato Sandi, behind works division in Maiduguri, not a long way from the Shehu of Borno’s royal residence, who is close to the Sultan in the pecking order of Nigeria’s initiative of the Muslim people group. The Shehu is the Vice President of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA)

“Two mosques were again destroyed by BOGIS around the same time (March 11, 2020), at old Musami complex along Jos street in Maiduguri. Once more, a mosque was destroyed around the same time inverse previous NITEL. Another mosque was destroyed on April 15, 2020 along Kano Road, abutting Bulumkutu, Yola Electricity Distribution Company, YEDC. Two mosques were again destroyed, one almost a lodging in Galadima and another close behind Timber conceal, in Baga Road.

“Our examiners further found that five different mosques prominently situated at the Customs indirect in the western piece of Maiduguri-Bama street were additionally obliterated by BOGIS on 23rd January, 2020, for what the public authority called ‘abrogating public interest’.

“All the 11 mosques were annihilated either for abusing private purposes in their designation titles or for superseding public premium. Of the 11 mosques obliterated, five were for superseding public premium and six for infringement of private titles though all the four holy places crushed (counting the EYN) were completely destroyed for changing private houses over to chapels, the same way six mosques were annihilated. The actions were in consistence with a 2010 white paper which is against illicit spots of love as proportions of regulation.

“We are confused by the gigantic bogus purposeful publicity zooming around on this issue and we welcome any individual who is truly looking for reality to likewise do their discoveries. We encourage easy chair pundits to be really venturesome. A solitary call to a companion or colleague in Maiduguri will expose all the noise.

“For the first run through in ‘geology’, Nigerians are honored with an exceptional lead representative making things work in an extraordinary manner. Lead representative Babagana Umara Zulum might not have come from Mars, yet his handicraft seems outsider. It is evil to endeavor to cut down this magnificent entertainer through strict extortion. Let Governor Zulum be. Permit him to focus on his great work.”

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