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Niger to spend N2.4bn on Mosque and Christian place of worship.

Niger to spend N2.4bn on Mosque and Christian place of worship. The Niger State Government has planned to spend over N2.4bn on the construct of a state Mosque and

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افتراضي Niger to spend N2.4bn on Mosque and Christian place of worship.

Niger to spend N2.4bn on Mosque and Christian place of worship.

The Niger State Government has planned to spend over N2.4bn on the construct of a state Mosque and Christian place of worship. The move is to encourage harmony among followers of the two religions.

Commissioner for Religious Affairs, Alhaji Shehu Haruna, said at the weekend in Minna, the state capital, that the two places of worship would be constructed at the Eastern-by pass. Haruna said that after the completion of the two projects, they would be handed over to Muslims and Christians, adding that their execution would begin before December.

He said a hotel of international standard would be constructed under the Private Public Partnership (PPP) arrangement at the Three Arms Zone, Minna. The commissioner, however, said the state government had taken over the construction of the Paiko town Jumat Mosque at the cost of N36m in memory of the late Commissioner for Budget and Planning, Alhaji Aminu Yussuf.

He said the government also planned to build Tunga Jumat Mosque that was abandoned over 20 years at the cost of N85m as well as the ECWA Church Minna at N35 million. Meanwhile, Governor Babangida Aliyu has called on religious leaders to pray for the peace and stability of the country.

Aliyu, who made the called in Minna during the Maulud organised in honour of the late spiritual leader of the Tijaniyya Islamic sect, Shiekh Ibrahim Inyass, said religious leaders must at all times pray for the peace and stability of the country. He urged Islamic clerics to stress the true tenets of the Islam in their teachings and the importance of acquiring Quranic education and the Hadith.

According to him, the decision by the government to support the Tijaniyya sect in holding the Maulud celebration was part of the state’s constitutional duty to ensure its members comfort and safety throughout their stay in the state. He commended the organisers of the ceremony for the good manner they handled the over 500, 000 followers that came for the yearly event.

Speaking on the occasion, Speaker of the House of Representative, Alhaji Aminu Tambuwal, said the Federal Government had begun move towards addressing the security challenges confronting the nation. Tambuwal urged Muslims to shun violence and live according to the precepts of Islam for peace and stability.

Niger to spend N2.4bn on Mosque and Christian place of worship.

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