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Insecurity Aimed at Islamizing Nigeria – Ex-ABU VC, Prof Saror

Posted by Thandiubani on Mon 11th Oct, 2021 - tori.ng

He alleged that Nigeria’s current security crisis is a well-coordinated agenda to spread the caliphate across the country.

Saror
Saror
 
It has been revealed that Nigeria's security crisis is a planned move to Islamize the country.
 
This is according to Professor Daniel Saror, a former Vice-Chancellor of the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
 
He alleged that Nigeria’s current security crisis is a well-coordinated agenda to spread the caliphate across the country.
 
The university don made the allegation on Sunday at a thanksgiving service in Makurdi, the Benue State capital, organized to mark his 80th birthday anniversary.
 
Professor Saror explained that the insecurity in Benue and other parts of the country is not an accident but deliberate, stressing that terrorist groups including Boko Haram are “highly connected” to stakeholders in the country and some other parts of the world.
 
He said: “the insecurity we are experiencing in Benue and Nigeria today is not an accident. It is a planned programme. Boko Haram does not consist of miscreants. They are intelligent people; they are highly connected in Nigeria and other countries in the world.

“Their mission is simple: they want to conquer and Islamise the nation. The Jihadists that you hear about in the North West are also not miscreants. They are highly connected, highly motivated, and highly experienced in their own ideas and what they want. They want to spread the caliphate throughout Nigeria”.
 
He further alleged that the armed Fulani herdsmen and Boko Haram insurgents have contacts that extend to the Middle East, Asia, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia among others, stressing that they are funded in billions of naira to execute the conquest agenda of the caliphate in the country.
 
Governor Samuel Ortom, who also attended the thanksgiving service, while giving a remark, described the Professor as a detribalised Nigerian who had recorded milestones in academia, politics among others, stressing that he deserved to be celebrated.
 


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