- Shehu Sani has reacted over incessant attacks by IS
- The terrorist group has killed some innocent Nigerians including Muslims and Christians
- According to him, Islam frowns at terrorism
A lawmaker who represented Kaduna central during the eight National Assembly, Shehu Sani, has condemned the attacks by IS on innocent Nigerians.
Legit.ng reports that the activist-turned politicians said that the activities and conducts of IS were neither accepted nor consented by the overwhelming majority of Muslims and their thoughts and ideology.
Shehu Sani also noted that IS conducts were not representative of Islam in all ramifications.
Sani made this known on Saturday, December 28, on his Twitter page, adding that there should be a united front of people of all faiths in loudly denouncing their recent murderous act.
He said: "IS conduct is neither accepted nor consented by the overwhelming majority of Muslims and their thoughts and ideology are not representative of Islam.There should be a united front of people of all faiths in loudly denouncing their recent murderous act."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that the the federal government said Boko Haram could carry out chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) attacks in the future.
It was reported that the statement was contained in the 60-page document, entitled: National security strategy, earlier released by the office of Babagana Monguno, national security adviser.
The document emphasised the need for increased collaboration among security agencies to combat security threats in the country.
The document had said: “Transnational organised crime such as illicit financial flow and money laundering, drug and human trafficking, proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons as well as proliferation of chemical, biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive weapons have a direct impact on our national security.
“The proliferation of CBRNE weapons and their means of delivery, the spreading of technological skills required for their production and the possibility of their use constitute a threat to our security."
NAIJ.com (naija.ng) - Legit.ng We have upgraded to serve you better.
IGP Adamu speaks on safety of Nigerians as Christmas approaches | - on Legit TV