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Mun amince da matakin Sarkin Musulmi na Allah-wadai da bada umurnin kama mutanen da suka kashe Deborah – CAN

Kungiyar Kiristocin Najeriya CAN ta yi Allah wadai da kisan Deborah Samuel da wasu daliban Kwalejin Ilimi ta Shehu Shagari suka yi a jiya a Sokoto.

Kungiyar ta dora alhakin wannan lamarin a kan gazawar gwamnatin Buhari da jami’an tsaro wajen hana irin wannan aika-aika.

A cikin wata sanarwa da Joseph Bade Daramola, babban sakataren kungiyar ta CAN, ya sanyawa hannu a ranar Juma’a, kungiyar ta bayyana lamarin a matsayin manunin gazawar shugabanci wanda ya haifar da batutuwan da suka shafi ta’addanci da yan fashi a kasar.

A yayin da take jaddada sahihancin addini a kasar Najeriya da kuma rashin fifikon addini daya akan daya, kungiyar ta bukaci gwamnati da ta gaggauta shiga tare da tabbatar da gurfanar da wadanda suka aikata wannan aika-aika.

Sanarwar ta cigaba da cewa: “Kungiyar Kiristoci ta Najeriya (CAN) ta yi Allah-wadai da kakkausar murya kan kisan gillar da wasu yan uwa dalibai masu tsatsauran ra’ayi suka yi wa wata Kirista, ɗaliba mai matakin digiri 200 na Kwalejin Ilimi ta Shehu Shagari, Sakkwato, Deborah Samuel, kan ɓatanci.

“Ba Allah-wadai kawai duk masu tunani su yi da matakin da masu aikata laifin suka aikata ba bisa ka’ida ba, amma jami’an tsaro su kama su, su gurfanar da su a gaban kuliya kamar yadda ake sa ran su gazawar jami’an tsaro da gwamnati ne suka taso a yi irin wadannan laifuka a baya wadanda suka haifar da ‘yan ta’adda da ‘yan fashi. Kuma muddin Gwamnati ta kasa kawo wadannan namun daji da masu aikata laifuka a cikin mu, to haka al’umma za su ci gaba da zama wuraren kashe su.

“Mun amince da gaggawar martanin mai martaba Sarkin Musulmi Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar III, wanda ba wai kawai ya yi Allah-wadai da wannan aika-aikar da aka yi na rashin hakuri da addini ba amma ya yi kira ga jami’an tsaro da su gurfanar da masu laifin a gaban kuliya.

Muna sa ran Gwamnan Jihar Aminu Tambuwal ya tabbatar da cewa lamarin bai karkata a karkashin kafet ba, kamar yadda yake a da ba.

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