Group Uncovers Alleged Plot To Divide Nigerian Muslims Through Census 

The Hijrah Organization of Nigeria (HON) has alleged grand plot to use the upcoming National Polulation Census(NPC)  to Shortchange and possibly divide the muslims in Nigeria.
The organization, with its headquarters located in Ilorin, Kwara State, also reminded Muslims across the country to prepared for the new Hijrah year by acting in line with the Prophet’s (SAW) attitudes while waiting he was also preparing for the  Hijrah year, 1443 years ago.
The Islamic body in  a communique issued  after its Monthly meeting held in Ilorin  warned that any tempt to further divide the ranks and files of the Islamic Heritage will not be accepted.
The meeting was in preparation for the new Hijrah year celebration, scheduled to hold on Friday, 29 July, 2022,
In the statement  jointly signed by its  National President and the  Secretary General ,Professor Lanre Yusuf Badmas and Alhaji Abubakar Imam Ayinla respectively, accused the NPC  of creating different sects against Islam space while leaving the Christianity space as one in the form.
“We will not allow and we shall fight within the constitution  of the Federal Republic of Nigeria against any strategy to divide us as Muslims in any way”, they stressed.
The group therefore charged all Muslims in the country, to make sure they come out en mass and register for their voter’s cards, scheduled to end by 31st of July, 2022.
” Muslims across the country are advised to consider voters’ registration as important and as a religious obligation that will make or mar their account in the presence of Allah. The 31st July deadline for the exercise must not pass without all Muslims under the registration age are registered”, the communique stressed.
The organization also disclosed that the recent virile allegation of purported inclusion of variuos Islamic sects in the registration forms for the National Population Commission(NPC) will not only create chao in the country but will also further portray Islam as a religion with divided followers.
The organization also urged Muslims in Osun State to see the election as the wish of Allah, asking them to be one, close ranks and defend Islam and Muslims within the space of the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and pray for peace and harmony in the State and Nigeria as a whole.
They also advised those in government to see their positions as transit, and create more ways to alleviate the offering of the less privileged in the country, stressing that “as much as physical infrastructural development is necessary, stomach infrastructure for the masses is much more important for a good and developing nation like Nigeria”.
They, therefore, advised that the masses must feel the full impact of the dividend of democracy through good governance always and not when the election is close.

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