Alhaji Muhammadu Bashar attributed current 'security challenges' to Nigerians ignoring God’s commands
Wednesday 14 August, BIRNIN KEBBI - The emir of Gwandu and the chairman Kebbi council of chiefs, Alhaji Muhammadu Bashar, has attributed the current security challenges in the country to the way in which Nigerians have been ignoring God’s commands and adopting satanic behaviours.
The emir said such satanic behaviours include rampant homosexuality, rape and lesbianism, which were causative factors of insecurity in the country.
The monarch made the observation while addressing his subjects after Eid-el-Kabir prayer in Birnin Kebbi on Sunday, August 11.
“The society today is bedevilled by cases of rape, homosexuality, lesbianism, kidnapping and rampant killings which resulted into the present insecurity Nigeria is faced with,” he said.
He charged the general public, especially parents to instill discipline and respect in their children by giving them sound education.
The emir also called on the people to be compassionate and supportive to the needy, saying that those who were able to sacrifice animals during the Eid should endeavour to share the meat with the poor and other needy persons.
He prayed to Allah to continue to bless the country and give leaders the wisdom to better the lives of people. In his Sallah message, Gov. Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi, prayed for peaceful return of pilgrims from Saudi Arabia.
Editor's comment - One has to admire the Emir for attempting to distract the populace from the reality of the situation, which is that 'security challenges' in Nigeria are largely the result of the Fulani tribe obeying the Qur'an's divine commands to slaughter non-believers. This is happening to the extent that the extinction of Christians in the country is approaching the international standard for genocide.