NSCIA urges Nigerians to learn from Sudan crisis
The Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, (NSCIA) says the ongoing crisis in Sudan provides a warning to Nigerians to guard their peace jealously.
The council is led by the Sultan of Sokoto, Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar III,
In a statement issued on Sunday by NSCIA, Director of Administration, Zubairu Haruna Usman-Ugwu, said: “It’s only a fool that learns from his sad experiences only. The wise learn from the experiences of others and do not fall into the same errors that destroyed them.”
The Council said as politics is over, governance should be the sole focus of stakeholders in the Nigerian project now.
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It said under no condition should the peace of Nigeria be compromised by political actors and their impressionistic followers.
“We don’t have to lose peace before we appreciate it as ordinary Sudanese are currently experiencing. We should join hands to save Sudan and save our common humanity from the catastrophe of violent conflict”.
The statement urged the United Nations and the African Union to dispatch a multinational peace keeping forces to Sudan to restore peace in order to prevent the crisis from consuming Sudan and destabilising the entire Sahel region and Africa at large.
It thanked the Federal Government for the ongoing efforts in Sudan just as it did in Ukraine and other dangerous situations.
The statement urged evacuation of thousands of Nigerians stranded in Sudan.
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