Massive Killings, A Conspiracy Against Buhari–Muslim Group

By Ikenga Chronicles July 7, 2018

The Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) has restated that the orgy or killings across the country are a conspiracy by desperate politicians, against President Muhammadu Buhari.

The Deputy Secretary-General of NSCIA, Salisu Shehu, made this disclosure in a statement when reacting to the massive killings across Nigeria.

“There is abundant evidence of many Muslims who were slaughtered, particularly those who were stopped on the blocked highway, identified as Muslims and gruesomely killed by the same elements that are quick to blame their crime on others.

“The truth is that the same cannibals who waylaid Muslims on Sallah day a few years ago, roasted and ate them (the video of which went viral and is available) are still active in their systematic campaign of terror in the Middle Belt,” the statement reads.

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The statement showers praise on the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Bauchi State chapter, for its comments on the incident.

Recall that the Bauchi State CAN Chairman, Reverend Joshua Ray Miller, had earlier said: “the attacks are the handiwork of saboteurs and a grand conspiracy to make Nigeria ungovernable, and make the Buhari administration appear unpopular as the 2019 general elections approach.

“It is unfortunate that some people are hiding under the disguise of local Fulani herdsmen to perpetrate these killings and from what we are witnessing, they are heading towards the realms of power at the Federal level.”

Speaking further, the Muslim group collaborated what the CAN Chairman said; “their strategy is to stir the emotions of the unwary majority and appeal to the primordial sentiments of their religious followers.

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“Many people can recollect the passionate falsehoods and concocted videos produced, mass-circulated and presented by Bosun Emmanuel to several churches just to incite Christians and thwart the electoral victory of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2014.

“Among what he said then was that General Sani Abacha was the best President Nigeria ever had. His reason for reaching that conclusion was simply that General Abacha deposed a Sultan.

“Having failed in his mission to divide Nigerians across religious lines preparatory to the 2015 elections, he has sought fellow lslamophobes and ethnic bigots to drive the same cause he failed woefully at.

“The mission is evil and the method is despicable: set Nigerians against one another by circulating hate messages,” it said.

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It also urged all Nigerians to desist from resorting to violence as a means of achieving their objectives.

“They should always think of the implications and consequences of violence, mutual suspicion, hate speech and unwarranted rivalry. Rwanda was not a movie; it was real.

“Those who fan the embers of discord and war, waylay Muslims and kill them should be wary of the consequences of their actions. The media should also be cautious and crosscheck their facts.

“Sacking unprofessional reporters who would have been well paid by their sponsors and apologising to Nigerians for reports that had induced readers to commit murder are like medicine after death,” the statement said.

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