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Insecurity: CNG, Ulama pray for divine intervention



Irked by the present safety challenges within the nation, the Coalition of Northern Teams in collaboration with the Ulama Council of Kano on Friday, organised a prayer session for God’s intervention.

The CNG spokesman, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman, in a press release defined that the prayer periods are to be carried out in all of the states of Northern Nigeria.

In keeping with the assertion, the prayers would search divine assist for the success of the continued operation of troops in opposition to the actions of bandits and different felony gangs in different components of the nation.

The Allassan Santata Mosque, Koki, Kano could be the take off part of the prayer session on Friday, in response to the assertion.


The assertion added that the prayer session was led by Imam Gwani Alyu Saleh, chairman of Qur’anic Reciters of Nigeria and coordinated by CNG’s nationwide chief, Balarabe Rufai.

The assertion additional defined that the session was attended by dozens of famend Ulama and Quran memorizers and prime reciters, who prayed God to grant victory to the Nigerian troops at the moment partaking the bandits to convey peace to the land.

The prayers, in response to the assertion, have been additionally provided for the protection of harmless Nigerians at the moment in captivity in addition to whole disarmament, disengagement, demobilization, reconciliation and resettlement throughout the North and Nigeria basically.

“The periods are anticipated to be a steady course of each Friday in all northern states till a remaining declaration of victory is achieved,” the assertion defined.

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