Why Ilorin Youths Seek Arrest Of ‘Chief Imam Of Yoruba’
Abdulraheem Aduanigba who claims to be the Chief Imam of Yoruba land is best suited to be behind bars and not on the pulpit, the leadership of the Ilorin Emirate Youth Development (IEYDA) have suggested.
The Association, over the weekend, urged the Commissioner of Police in Kwara State, CP Aminu Saleh Pai, to urgently order the arrest of Aduanigba and prosecute him over his alleged false and unguarded statements.
IEYDA argued that the prosecution of Aduanigba is pertinent to serve as a deterrent to others.
“It is an act of cowardness for anyone to lay claim of the existence of any mosque called Yoruba mosque in Ilorin. We see Aduranigba’s claims as falsehood, mischievous, misleading and outrightly condemnable. Abdullahi Salaudeen said on behalf of the youths.
“Raining of abusive words/utterances on the Emir of Ilorin, Alhaji (Dr.) Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari CFR and other stakeholders is inciting, undeserving, libelious and criminally inclined” he added.
The Youth group therefore warned the under-fire cleric and his co-travellers/sponsors to desist from such dastard illicit acts or be ready to face the unforeseen consequential repercussion, because the Ilorin Youths will not relent in their efforts towards preserving the rich cultural heritage of the Emirate.
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