Be Ready for Music – Army Issues fresh Warning to Shiites

1

John Agim, spokesman of the Defence Headquarters (DHQ), has told members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), to be ready to face the consequences if they take on the military.
Members of the movement better known as Shi’ites clashed with soldiers in some parts of Abuja last week.
The Army confirmed that three Shi’ites were killed, while four soldiers sustained injuries. But the group declared 1,000 of its members missing.
Speaking in an interview with Osasu Igbinedion on The Osasu Show, Agim denied allegations that the military was sent to disrupt the procession of the movement, saying those accusing the military wanted to paint it bad.

“There are different narratives out there that are not correct. It is not true that the military is being used to stop the Shi’ites from their normal procession.
“Right from 2015, we have been hearing about the issue of Shi’ites and the military. It has never been that the military was sent to stop whatever thing they are doing.

“The problem emanates from the philosophy that guide the movement. The clash that you see, in fact three times now, is that the Shi’ites obstruct the military from doing their job. They are a law unto themselves. They do anything.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Massive Job Recruitment Exercise 2022 - 132 Positions

“They are supposed to be a religious organisation. Where did they get those arms and ammunition? This was how Boko Haram started, in fact, it was not even as serious as this. The narrative is being given by an international community and it is very simple. They want to make the military look unprofessional.

“They have the right to protest. But when you protest, protest lawfully. Anybody that does not obey the laws of the land should be sanctioned,” Agim said.

1 COMMENT

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.