Rauf Aregbesola Ex minister, Babatope warns Governor not to cause religious war

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Babatope also told the Governor to focus his attention on alleviating the plight of the suffering masses of Osun state.

A former minister of transport and aviation, Chief Ebenezer Babatope has warned Governor Rauf Aregbesola not to cause a religious war in Osun state.
Babatope also told the Governor to focus his attention on alleviating the plight of the suffering masses of Osun state.
He said this following the tension brewing in the state between the
Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and Governor Aregbesola.
The former minister also added that a lot of havoc has been caused in Nigeria by politicians who use religion to serve their personal purposes.
Babatope said “Let him have very good dialogue with the Christians community and face the governance that he was elected for, because promotion of Islamic religion over Christianity was not part of his campaign promises.
“Let him concentrate on how to pay his workers salaries and work on how he will never owe salary again instead of this distraction he is occupying himself with.”
He also added that “Aregbesola should not sow such seeds of religious competition in the minds of young people in the South West now so that they will not grow up to start promoting religion crisis.
“Is it this hijab or uniform wearing that will make them to become brilliant students, promote the standard of education and let them become useful to the society?”
Christian students on Tuesday, June 14, 2016, also defiantly came to school with various church garments, following a court ruling that allowed female Muslim students to wear Hijabs in schools.
CAN also accused Governor Aregbesola of trying to Islamise the state through the approval of Hijabs in schools.

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Source: Pulse

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