Source: Sahara Reporters
Following the kidnapped 300 girls yesterday in Zamfara. Kwara State Chapter of Christian Association of Nigeria has kicked out the approval of the state government on use of Hijabs For Female Muslim student in the public schools in the state. Said the new policy will allow the terrorist to identify Their Children and make them prone to terrorist attack.
Last week Friday when the state government announced closure of schools following the tension running up on the approval of wearing of Hijabs in public schools. But while announcing the reopening of schools from Monday, March 8, 2021, in a statement signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Prof Mamma Jibril, on Thursday, it said female Muslim students should be allowed to wear hijab in all grant-aided public schools in the state.
The Christian Association of Nigeria [CAN] fully disagree on this and added this is unlawful to happen as Terrorist Will ward their children easily as they will be recognized easily. School should be where Children will have the freedom to practice His or her religion freely.
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