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If our grievances are not properly addressed, we should not be criticized for addressing them ourselves

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The Imam of the Nationwide Mosque Abuja, Professor Ibrahim Maqari, has shared a tweet on how Muslims react to individuals who cross the redlines of the faith.

 

He shared the tweet hours after the grotesque homicide of 200-level Shehu Shagari School of Training pupil, Deborah Samuel, who was accused of insulting Prophet Mohammed.

 

In a publish shared on his Twitter deal with, Professor Maqari mentioned as Muslims, there are some purple traces that should not be crossed and that the dignity of the Prophet is on the forefront of the redlines.

 

He acknowledged that if the grievances will not be correctly addressed, then Muslims should not be criticized for addressing such grievances themselves. Learn his publish beneath…

 

If our grievances are not properly addressed, we should not be criticized for addressing them ourselves - Imam of National Mosque tweets hours after murder of Sokoto studentIf our grievances are not properly addressed, we should not be criticized for addressing them ourselves - Imam of National Mosque tweets hours after murder of Sokoto student

 

Nigerians took to his remark part to react to his tweets. See their reactions beneath…

 

If our grievances are not properly addressed, we should not be criticized for addressing them ourselves - Imam of National Mosque tweets hours after murder of Sokoto studentIf our grievances are not properly addressed, we should not be criticized for addressing them ourselves - Imam of National Mosque tweets hours after murder of Sokoto studentIf our grievances are not properly addressed, we should not be criticized for addressing them ourselves - Imam of National Mosque tweets hours after murder of Sokoto studentIf our grievances are not properly addressed, we should not be criticized for addressing them ourselves - Imam of National Mosque tweets hours after murder of Sokoto studentIf our grievances are not properly addressed, we should not be criticized for addressing them ourselves - Imam of National Mosque tweets hours after murder of Sokoto studentIf our grievances are not properly addressed, we should not be criticized for addressing them ourselves - Imam of National Mosque tweets hours after murder of Sokoto studentIf our grievances are not properly addressed, we should not be criticized for addressing them ourselves - Imam of National Mosque tweets hours after murder of Sokoto student

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