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Hijab crisis: Don’t take our gentleness for weakness – Christians warn Muslims, Kwara govt

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The President of Kwara Baptist Conference, Reverend Victor Dada, has warned the Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq administration and Muslims in the state not to take the gentleness of Christians for weakness.

He stated this while describing the Kwara government as government of the Muslim, by the Muslim and for the Muslim.

Dada said this in a statement on Wednesday following the clash between Christians and Muslims at the First Baptist Church Surulere, Ilorin, Kwara State.

He said that no amount of pressure will make the schools allow the use of hijabs, adding that their schools are grant-aided and not public schools.

According to him, the last 15 years have seen the government employing Islamic religious teachers in schools, while teachers for Christian Religious Knowledge are not employed.

“It is surprising that the government has become a government of the Muslim, by the Muslim and for the Muslim in his (state governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq) policies, pronouncements and attitude,” the statement added

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