Former Senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial district, Shehu Sani, has referred to as for calm over the alleged assault on Muslim group in Nsukka Native Authorities Space of Enugu State.
Whereas condemning the assault, he mentioned, the event is an invite to anarchy, urging the federal government and well-meaning people to step into the matter, saying that the nation can not afford the consequence of spiritual extremism right now.
In an announcement, which he personally signed and made out there to DAILY POST in Abuja on Monday, Sani urged safety brokers to go after the perpetrators, including that the federal government of Enugu State ought to rebuild the burnt mosque within the curiosity of peace.
He wrote: “The assaults on the Muslim Communities and the burning down of the 2 mosques stands condemned.
“The assaults characterize a severe risk to peace and stability of the nation and a grand try and incinerate the nation.
“This act of provocation, incitement and arson have to be overtly and unambiguously condemned by all patriots and lovers of peace.
“The perpetrators of the hideous and heinous act have to be dropped at e book and the State Authorities should make sure the mosque is rebuilt.
“Those that need to set off a non secular conflict in Nigeria have to be resisted and combatted. Intolerance and extremism shouldn’t have any place in our nation.
In accordance with him, dangerous components disguised as non secular fanatics had been making an attempt to trigger chaos, whereas urging Muslim to not retaliate for any purpose.
“I attraction to the Muslim group within the nation to not play into the fingers of anarchists and by no means to retaliate or take vengeance.
“Those that burnt the mosques in Nsukka had been aiming to draw retaliation, irritation, escalation and nationwide conflagration.”