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Osinbajo Speaks On Alleged Plans To Islamize Nigeria

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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has dismissed reports and claims suggesting that the President Mohammadu Buhari-led administration has plans to Islamise Nigeria.

The vice president while speaking with the mammoth crowd that received him when he resumed his unique family chat in Kurudu, Abuja, maintained that neither Buhari nor anybody has the plans to Islamize the country with diverse ethnic groups and religion.

“I have interacted with this man (President Buhari), he is an honest man, he has no intention whatsoever of imposing his religion on anybody at all,” the vice president told the crowd at Kurudu.

Prof Osinbajo added that, “In our cabinet, there are 20 people who are Christians, 18 who are Muslims and our Head of Service (Winifred Oyo-Ita) is a Christian from Winners Chapel. The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (Boss Mustapha) who is the highest civil servant is also a Christian, so there is no way in the world that anybody will tell you that. They are only spreading propaganda and they are trying to discredit the man (Buhari) but they are telling a lie.”

Osinbajo recalled that the claims were similar to that of 2015 when the president was alleged to have been the one behind the welfare and sponsorship of the Boko Haram terrorist group under the era of the former president of Nigeria,

“In 2015 when we were coming into office, they said this man (Buhari) is the one sponsoring Boko Haram, they said it was because he didn’t mean well for Jonathan’s government, but it was a lie because on 24th July, 2014, Boko Haram attacked Buhari in Kaduna, killed 82 people including seven of Buhari’s relatives who were with him”.

“That is the same Boko Haram that they claimed he was sponsoring but now everybody knows that his not behind Boko Haram, the same Muhammadu Buhari is the one who drove Maitatsine out of this county, when Maitatsine was in this country and he is doing same thing to Boko Haram,” the  statement added

 

Source: Naija News