From Muhammad Ibrahim, Kaduna
Jama’atul Nasril Islam JNI yesterday condemned in stronger term the bombings in Abuja and that of school of Hygiene Kano which killed so many people and injured many.
This was contained in a statement, signed by its Secretary General, Dr. Khalid Abubakar Aliyu and made available to newsmen in the state.
The religious body described the frequent bombings occuring in the north as worrisome as they called on security agents to be more proactive so as to end the killings in the country.
“Prior to the bomb blast that rocked Abuja in Wuse 2, Wednesday, 25th June, 2014, similar incidents occurred at the School of Hygiene, Kano, on Monday 23th June, 2014, several incidents also occurred in Adamawa and Borno States.
“These repeated devastating incidents that characterize life in Nigeria and the Northern part in particular, is very alarming and worrisome.
“We therefore condemn in the strongest terms these barbaric acts that tend to reduce humanity to a renegade level, which is un-becoming of the perpetrators of these heinous acts, Particularly, innocent souls in pursuit of their lawful means of livelihood are the worst hit.
“While commending the security agencies for their quick arrest of the suspected culprits in Kano and Abuja’s episodes, we strongly urge them to always be proactive through gathering relevant information that will assist in the use of modern equipments/gadgets as used elsewhere in the world.
” We advise individuals to be security conscious wherever they find themselves and above all, not to relent with prayers, especially that Ramadan is fast approaching, we implore all to intensify prayers for relief, succor and to emancipated us from this scurry situation.
“We commiserate with the government and people of Adamawa, Borno, Kano States and the FCT for these ravaging acts. We especially condole with the families of the victims.
“We pray that peace and security shall be restored to Nigerian nation in general. May Allah, the Most High, continue to be with us throughout this trying moment and beyond, Amin,” the statement read.