The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN) Expressed Feelings About Troublemakers Over Closure Of Mosques
THE Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN) has denounced a few Muslims who cause an issue with their emphasis on going to the mosque for congregational petitions, despite the order of the administration that all spots of love be shut as a major aspect of measures to contain the spread of coronavirus in the nation.
The MSSN president, Dr. Taofeeq Yekinni, who expressed this in a message, asked all Muslims to remain at home as coordinated by the specialists.
As indicated by him, going to mosques for supplications will be counterproductive right now and thusly, the steadfast should attempt to ask inside the limits of their homes.
Dr. Yekinni noticed that all the exercises of the MSSN had been suspended all through the nation, asking individuals to do individual cleanliness, keep up social separations and urge others to do as such also.
“We denounce each one of the individuals who demand and cause inconvenience because of going to mosques. I ask all of you to remain at home as coordinated by the specialists. Going to mosques for petitions will be counterproductive as of now. Implore at home
“Let all of us utilize this opportunity to appeal to Allah to facilitate our undertakings, recuperate our property and the place where there are all Muslims everywhere throughout the world.
“May Allah let the individuals of the world take in suffering exercises from this scene to improve our reality a spot.
“If you don’t mind overlook and reject all bogus and phony hypotheses and guesses being bandied about the COVID-19. The culprits of the news have various thought processes. Try not to succumb to their jokes. Let us help as a lot of individuals as we can right now,” expressed.
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