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Al-Qaeda: Bandits, kidnappers, Yahoo boys calling for Pantami’s sack – Islamic group

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The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has rubbished these calling for the resignation and sack of Isa Pantami, the Minister of Communications and Digital Planning.

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MURIC stated these calling for Pantami’s sack are kidnappers, Yahoo boys and bandits.

The group burdened that web fraudsters and kidnappers in opposition to Nationwide Identification Quantity, NIN, registration course of are sponsoring what it termed “baseless calls” for Pantami’s resignation.

Nigerians have been calling for the minister’s resignation or sack after an audio recording of his previous teachings the place he supported Al-Qaeda and Taliban resurfaced.

Pantami, nevertheless, distanced himself from such extremist teams.

He admitted making such controversial feedback however claimed his notion has modified.

Nonetheless, MURIC, in a press release by its Director, Ishaq Akintola urged Pantami to not resign.

The assertion reads partly: “It’s a baseless name, and it must be ignored. In spite of everything, the US itself has denied it. Pantami has been having fun with unhindered a number of entries to the US for a really very long time.

“Even Fb, the US-based social media big had Pantami’s image on Fb’s digital board for a number of hours as a mark of honor and respect throughout one among his quite a few visits to that nation.

“The marketing campaign of calumny is being pushed by forces in opposition to the Federal Authorities’s NIN coverage, Boko Haram terrorists, bandits, criminals typically and political IDPs, Internally Displaced Politicians.

“It’s a well-known proven fact that NIN is designed to show the true id of criminals like Yahoo Yahoo boys, bandits and kidnappers who use the web and phone to extort cash from foreigners and households of kidnapped victims.”

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