Boko Haram:Christians, Muslims urged to unite




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ABUJA – and have been to continue to unite against the Boko group order to put an end to their activities.

The Chief Imam Al-Habibiyyah Islamic Society Nigeria, Alhaji Fuad Adeyemi, made the call at a news Abuja Monday.

Adeyemi also religious leaders and to desist from politicising the school girls Chibok, Borno.

“We are very saddened by the nearly 300 schoolgirls in Chibok.

“Many of members have been fasting from that day. We don’t care if the girls are or , they are Nigerians and most importantly, they are human beings’’, he said.

Adeyemi stressed the need for all Nigerians to rally round the federal government in the bid to rescue the girls.

The Imam called the Federal Government to continue to explore all meaningful ways to end the .

Adeyemi said that both and were always the target of the terrorists, adding that nobody should be deceived by the antics of the terrorists and their cohorts.

He held that the call by some individuals for the removal of Governors of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe, unconstitutional and retrogressive. (NAN)