Referencing Soldiers By Their Religion Is Divisive And Toxic Shehu Sani
Former lawmaker, Senator Shehu Sani has condemned the act of describing soldiers by the religion they practice.
The former lawmaker on his social media page described the act as condemnable, divisive, and toxic.
He expressed that with the current security challenges is facing, there is a need for national solidarity and united action, especially from the troops at the forefront of the fight.
“Referencing our soldiers as Muslims or Christians is a condemnable act. It is divisive & toxic. The security challenges in our country demand a united action and national solidarity. Sowing the seeds of religiosity in the minds of our troops on the frontlines is noxious & dangerous.”