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Primate Ayodele blasts MURIC for comparing Buhari to Jesus

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Primate Elijah Ayodele, the leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has reacted to the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) statement regarding the June 12 demonstrators.

In a statement, MURIC compared President Muhammadu Buhari to Jesus, saying that the demonstrators were ungrateful for the President’s proclamation of June 12 as Democracy Day in honor of MKO Abiola.

Primate Ayodele reacted angrily, calling the comparison sacrilege and emphasizing that MURIC was a disgrace.

He said: “Government celebrate nonsense, an organization like MURIC is a disgrace to the religious sector, Comparing Our LORD JESUS Christ to a mere mortal like President Buhari is blasphemy, if this was a Christian organization comparing someone to Mohammed (SAW), it would have become something else.

“Who is President Buhari before Jesus? This is ridiculous; if care is not taken, MURIC will cause a religious crisis. The Government need to work on this; it is nonsense, the group will be punished for that.

“This is why Christian leaders need to be united to stop all these stains on the body of Christ; MURIC has to apologize for that statement, can we compare Mohammed (SAW) to rat? Not even human being, we can’t.

“There is a need for top Islamic leaders to watch their actions, Sheikh Gumi is the one negotiating with terrorist in the country, MURIC is already toiling on a path that will result in a religious war if not well addressed. If MURIC repeats this statement again, the organization will be dealt with spiritually.

“I’m not a fan of responding to people who don’t think well but because Jesus Christ name was mentioned, I found it compulsory that I respond, I can’t sit and allow someone or an organization to compare Jesus Christ to a mere mortal.

“I expect Christian associations to have addressed this matter but it’s quite unfortunate that they are becoming government agencies, that’s why I can never belong to any of them.

“If anyone should compare Mohammed to a mere mortal, He or she will be bashed seriously, What is MURIC? Who is that thing comparing Jesus Christ to ordinary Buhari? What has he done to qualify him for such comparison? I am not abusing Mr President because I honour him but I know He won’t even take that too.

“MURIC should watch their actions before they become a religious terrorist, they should also apologize to the Christian community otherwise they will be dealt with Spiritually.”

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9/11: Biden surrendered in defeat, Trump on US withdrawing from Afghan

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Former US President Donald Trump has slammed the “horrible” withdrawal from Afghanistan and the “incompetence” of Joe Biden’s administration during the frenzied end to America’s longest war.

Speaking during the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attack in the US, Trump said it was a horrible thing that took place.

“It looked like we retreated, it looked like we gave up. Like, they use the word surrender,” he also told officers at the precinct, referring to the final withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan last month following the Taliban takeover of the country.

“And we didn’t surrender, our people didn’t surrender and our soldiers sure as hell didn’t surrender,” he said.

The US military intervention in Afghanistan began in late 2001 in the wake of Al-Qaeda’s attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon outside the US capital.

Al-Qaeda had been sheltering in Taliban-held Afghanistan, and the US invasion toppled the extremist regime in a bid to find Al-Qaeda’s leaders.

But the Taliban launched an insurgency and came back to power last month.

As a president, Trump brokered a deal with the Taliban in February 2020 that would have seen all US troops out by May 2021 in return for security guarantees from the insurgents.

But it was his successor Biden who carried out the withdrawal, moving the date back to August 31 but lifting all conditions.

The Taliban captured Kabul and the Afghan government collapsed on August 15, giving the US and its allies two weeks to conduct one of the biggest airlifts in history.

Earlier on Saturday, Trump also released a video message calling September 11 a “very sad day” and again slammed the Afghan withdrawal.

He blamed “bad planning, incredible weakness, and leaders who truly didn’t understand what was happening.”

“Joe Biden and his inept administration surrendered in defeat,” Trump said in the message.

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Gov Matawalle sends strong message to bandits

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Governor of Zamfara State, Bello Matawalle, says that his government is no longer interested in having a dialogue with bandits.

While speaking to a congregation in Gusau, Matawalle said that security forces would flush them out of the state.

“My administration will no longer grant amnesty to bandits as they have failed to embrace the peace initiative earlier extended to them,’’ the governor said.

He urged residents to be patient and to support new security measures put in place to flush out bandits and their collaborators to restore peace in the state.

The governor said the barrage of attacks on bandits by security forces had made them to make a fresh overture to government seeking dialogue.

He said the bandits’ emissaries informed him that they had repented and would want to dialogue with government.

He noted that some of the bandits were running out of Zamfara to other states as a result of the new security measures introduced by the state government.

Matawalle warned politicians against giving any form of support to bandits, stressing that: “politicians should fear God and stop buying motorcycles to distribute to people who, in turn, sell to bandits to perpetuate their evil acts.’’

The governor said also that Zamfara government would prosecute any politician caught in the act.

 

 

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Afghanistan: Taliban now has new leader

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The Taliban announced Mullah Mohammad Hasan Akhund as the leader of their new government in Afghanistan on Tuesday.

Chief spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid also told a press conference that Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar will be the deputy leader.

Two senior figures in the Haqqani Network, a US-designated terror group aligned with the Taliban and al Qaeda, will be in in the interim government. Both have been sanctioned by the United Nations and the US.

Sirajuddin Haqqani, the network’s leader, will be the acting interior minister. Haqqani has been one of two deputy leaders of the Taliban since 2016 and has a $10 million US bounty on his head. Khalil Haqqani, Sirajuddin’s uncle, was appointed as acting minister for refugees. Two other members of the Haqqani clan were also named to positions in the interim government.

The other deputy leader of the Taliban, Mullah Yaqoob, has become acting minister of defense. Yaqoob is the son of Mullah Omar, the founder of the Taliban.

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