MSSN Lagos Condemns Threats Against MURIC President Ishaq Akintola’s Life

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The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit has condemned the recent threats against the life of Prof Ishaq Akintola, a leading Muslim activist and President of Muslim Rights Concern.

In a press statement on Sunday, the Amir (President) of MSSNLagos, Mallam Kamoldeen Abiona, berated a viral post blackmailing and threatening the life of the MURIC president.

Abiona warned that all attempts to silence Muslim activists in the country would fail, urging Akintola and others to ignore “sponsored blackmailers”.

He said, “MSSNLagos is deeply alarmed by the recent threats made against the life of MURIC President, Prof Ishaq Akintola. These threats are not only an attack on a prominent Muslim activist but an attempt to silence vital voices for the rights of Muslims, peace and justice in Nigeria.

“We urge the Nigerian authorities to take these threats seriously and conduct a swift and thorough investigation to bring those responsible to justice.

“The safety and security of all Nigerians, especially those who work tirelessly for the betterment of our nation, must be upheld.

“Nothing must happen to Professor Akintola. He has been a beacon of hope and a tireless advocate for the rights of Muslims and all Nigerians, regardless of their faith.”

Abiona called on all Muslim organisations and peace-loving Nigerians to reject “anonymous sponsored blackmailers” whose goal is to cause division.

The MSSNLagos president said, “These threats represent an attempt to intimidate and divide us. We will not stand for such tactics. Nigeria is a nation built on diversity and resilience. We will not allow these threats to deter us from building a more peaceful and just future for all.

“MSSNLagos calls on all Nigerians to stand united against all forms of violence and intimidation. We urge everyone to promote peace, tolerance, and respect for the rule of law,” he said.

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