A coalition of Ullamas has attacked Human Rights Organizations for criticism in opposition to the sharia death sentence on a singer Aminu Sharif Yahya.
The coalition by its Chairman Professor Musa Muhammad Borodo requested Human Proper Organizations to dedicate their power in selling mutual respect and social cohesion in society slightly than parroting the perverted ideological inclination of their international paymasters.
“We strongly reiterate the calls on so-called Human Rights actions to at all times contemplate bigger pursuits above parochial tendencies”.
Professor Musa Borodo maintained that blasphemy doesn’t represent freedom of expression.
Borodo confirmed that the coalition helps the judicial ruling in opposition to Aminu Sharif.
“We commend the dispassionate discharge of obligation on the a part of the Nigeria Police in addition to the Court docket that attempted the case”.
”We’re delighted over the peaceable maturity of the peoples of Kano who regardless of all provocations on the matter remained calmed till judgment was handed”.
He warned that the difficulty, if not fastidiously dealt with, would possibly lead to severe disaster.