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Eid El Maulud: Military task force bans procession in Plateau

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The Army job drive chargeable for the upkeep of peace in Plateau State, codenamed Operation Protected Haven (OPSH) has banned Eid El Maulud procession within the State.

The OPSH stated troops have been directed to make sure that no group organises any type of procession in the course of the aforementioned interval.

This was contained in a press assertion by the Spokesman of the Army job drive, Main Ishaku Takwa and made out there to journalists in Jos, the State capital.

It reads: “Operation Protected Haven has famous the association by some Muslim Youths on the Plateau to carry a procession to commemorate the delivery of Prophet Muhammad SAW (PbuH) on Tuesday, 19 October 2021.

In accordance with the assertion, “Info acquired additionally indicated that the procession is organised with out the information of Jamaatul Nasir Islam (JNI), safety businesses and the Plateau state authorities.

OPSH, nonetheless, stated, “Whereas felicitating with your entire Muslim ummah on the delivery of Prophet Muhammad SAW (PbuH) and recognising the appropriate to such processions below completely different circumstances, it’s, nonetheless, expedient to state that the delicate peace on the Plateau doesn’t current a conducive environment for any type of procession for the time being.

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“Additional to this, Operation Protected Haven, subsequently, needs to attract the eye of the youths and members of the general public on the ban of any form of protest and procession in drive within the state.

“The Army job drive encourages Muslim faithfuls to look at the Maulud with none type of procession.”

The assertion additional reads, “the Commander, Operation Protected Haven, Main Normal Ibrahim Ali has directed troops to make sure that no group organises any type of procession in the course of the interval of the Maulud.

“Operation Protected Haven is working assiduously with the Plateau State authorities, vital stake holders resembling conventional rulers, spiritual leaders and regulation abiding residents to make sure peaceable co-existence. To dwell collectively, we should dwell in peace with each other,” the Media Officer pressured.

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