The Muslim student's society of Nigeria has released a press statement about Minister of communication and digital economy Dr. Issa Ali Pantami on the allegation of having a connection with terrorist activities in Nigeria.
Recall that an independent newspaper published on April 12, claiming that Dr. Pantami was on the watch list of America's intelligence service, due to his link with Boko Haram and al-Qaeda.
The Muslim student's society of Nigeria made a statement through the National PRO, Abdul Azeez Oladejo that the report is false since there is no tangible evidence to prove this allegation.
He explained further that the call for Pantami's resignation from his post as minister of communication is worrisome.
Society sees it as the moves having other motives other than that of altruism and societal goodness. He said.
Check out the image of the press release below for details of this report,
What do you have to say about this, don't you think this matter has turned into a religious matter because Muslims have seen this matter move against Muslims and their religion.
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