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Imams in Kaduna demand arrest of Christian leaders over Southern Kaduna crisis

The Council of Imams and Ulama in Kaduna state has requested the capture and arraignment of the president of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and others for the asserted acceleration of the commotion in Southern Kaduna.

The piece of Kaduna has since late 2016 seen overwhelming assaults and killings in spite of security organization and time limit forced by the legislature.

The Imams are demanding that the assaults on a few towns in the zone were elevated through provocative and false proclamations by the individuals who they need captured.

Vanguard reports that the Imams, at a question and answer session in Kaduna tended to by their executive, Sheik Abubakar Babantune and secretary, Aminu Ibrahim, requested that those to be captured ought to incorporate Rev Zacahriah Gado of 19 DCC Fellowship, the CAN president, Samson Ayokunle, CAN secretary-general Musa Asake, John Danfulani, and Solomon Musa, SOKAPU president.

The Imams demanded that the Christian pioneers energized the killings of Muslims in the range, which they depicted as unfeeling slaughter, through their remarks.

The religious pioneers likewise required the capture and indictment of Danjuma La’ah, the congressperson speaking to the territory, and Sunday Marshal-Katung, an individual from the House of Representatives.

The committee said those specified spread lie and urged inhabitants to wage war against each other.

The Imams additionally reprimanded the administration for declining to arraign those behind past emergencies in the zone naming some of them as Zamani Lekwot and five others, who were discovered liable and sentenced to death by Justice Okigbo tribunal over the Zangon Kataf emergencies.

“The white paper of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Kaduna state Religious Disturbances of 2001 suggested for further examination and revile of Elder Saídu Dogo, Archbishop PY Jatau, Archbishop BA Achigili.

“The white paper on the report of the national government Investigation Panel on the 2011 decision savagery and common unsettling influences prescribed among others for the police to research a History educator that executed the father of his understudy in her nearness,” the gathering said.

The committee said it was in support of the elected and Kaduna state governments taking any measures legitimately to manage any individual or gathering of people discovered advancing further aggravations in the zone.

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