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Many religious conflicts in Nigeria materially induced, not about God – UI don, Oladosu




The Dean, College of Arts, College of Ibadan, Professor Afis Oladosu has mentioned essentially the most conflicts which are branded as spiritual conflicts in Nigeria are materially induced.


Oladosu who lectures within the Division of Arabic and Islamic Research mentioned the vast majority of struggles branded as spiritual are much less about God, much less concerning the creed or religion and rather more about gaining energy and materials prosperity.

Oladosu made these assertions throughout the 489th Inaugural lecture of the College of Ibadan.

Dignitaries who attended the occasion included Deputy Governor of Oyo State, Engineer Rauf Olaniyan, his spouse, Professor Amdalat Olaniyan, Aare Musulumi of Yorubaland, Edo and Delta, Alhaji Dawud Akinola, Government Secretary, Muslim Ummah of Southwest Nigeria, MUSWEN, Professor Muslih Yahya, his predecessor, Professor Daud Noibi amongst different personalities.

The don whereas delivering the lecture entitled “On Arab-Islamism, Afrabism and Contrapuntal Criticism”, recognized the promotion of peaceable relationships by authorities companies amongst numerous ethnic and spiritual teams as options to a lot of the disaster the nation is going through.

Oladosu referred to as on Ministries, Directorates and Businesses of presidency to take away all insurance policies and rules that represent infractions to the nation’s structure particularly those who must do with freedom of faith.

He mentioned, “Is it as a result of I’m a Muslim? is being requested within the city, far-off from the quietude of the robe. It’s being requested within the Nigerian Immigration Workplace the place Muslim ladies are continually being informed to take away their hijab as a precondition for the issuance of worldwide passports.

“Is it as a result of I’m a Muslim? was the query Amasa Firdaws requested when she was initially denied the possibility to be referred to as to bar just because she wore Muslim Hijab.”

Oladosu who spoke additional referred to as for the growth of the African research programme of the College of Ibadan to incorporate the Center Japanese and North African Research as this might improve intra- African relationship.

“Certainly, the institution of a program in Center Japanese and North African Research on this a part of the world has grow to be a desideratum.

“Such a program when established right here in Ibadan would strengthen intra- African relations and improve the standing of our College because the primus interpares within the sub-Saharan area”.

The Registrar of Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Ishaq Oloyede who0 was additionally on the occasion mentioned some people used a number of identities to fake to be combating spiritual causes.

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