Banditry: Katsina locals, Islamic scholars look for magnificent intervention

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By Bashir Bello.

Concerned by the wave of killings, armed banditry and kidnapping in the state, locals of Katsina State, consisting of popular Islamic scholars, the other day, went spiritual by arranging unique prayer session to conquer the present security in the state.

The locals who trooped out enmasse stated they had actually fixed to prayer to look for Allah’s magnificent intervention to conquer the threat.

The prayer session was arranged by worried people of Katsina State and held at Dahiru Mangal Jumaat mosque.

Among the organisers, Sabo Musa, regreted that activities of outlaws in the state had actually resulted in the killings and kidnapping of numerous innocent individuals, stating: “Federal government is taken steps to handle the circumstance, however we felt as worried people we must enhance that efforts by arranging the prayer session to conquer the threat.

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We arranged this prayer not for any individual gain however to look for Allah’s magnificent intervention to restore the security circumstance at hand in Katsina State. We attract Islamic scholars and individuals of the state to continue to hope to Allah to conquer the circumstance and expose those behind the activities of the outlaws.

An Islamic scholar, Sheikh Munnir Jafar, stated: “Prayer is a sword in the hands of Muslims to prevail over any kind of issues, for this reason the requirement for all to sign up with hands and hope to Allahto dominate the unsightly threat.”.

Previously, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Religious Affairs, Mohammed Matazu, applauded organisers of the prayer session, explaining it as prompt.

” The ministry will likewise arrange comparable prayer session at different mosques to look for Allah’s intervention towards dealing with insecurity and other issues dealing with the state,” Matazu included.

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