“Your suffering may soon end” Cleric to Nigerians


By; Buhari B Bello,Jos.
Nigerians have been urged to continue enduring with the present state of hardship experienced and remained optimistic with the Policies of the Federal Government, saying “their is an illuminating light at the end of the tunnel“.
The National Chairman of Jama a tul Izalatul Bidia wa ikamatul sunna (JIBWIS) Council of Ulamat, Shiek Sani Yahaya Jingir stated this during press Conference held in Jos.
According to him, citizens can now traveled freely within the country without fear, pointing out that “such is commendable and great fit on the achievement recorded by the regime”.
He said that the difficulties of life including escalating prices of goods and services should be expected “because rise in Dollar or prices cannot be compare with rise in bomb and insecurity”.
The Islamic cleric observed that what ruined the country before now was the activities of those he described as unpatriotic Nigerians who looted the nation’s treasury.
The Islamic cleric called on all citizens to suport the present regime for the prosperity of the country even as he urged the regime to intensify efforts in addressing issues of unemployment that remained cancerous to the country.
He told citizens to avoid inflicting difficulties on their fellow countrymen simply for financial ventures, adding that people have the fear of God in areas of human endevours.
Sheik Jingir advised the federal government to brake the monopoly in its all ramification for the interest of the nation and strongly advocated that no section of the country be allow to practice monopoly.
He implored people in the country never to ceaze from conducting prayers for the FG “especially now that the era of bombing and insecurity is almost gone for ever”.


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