The Yoruba socio-political association, Afenifere, on Wednesday, approached the President Muhammadu Buhari-drove Federal Government to cast off returning touching courses in Nigeria.
Afenifere’s National Publicity Secretary, Jare Ajayi, said the move ought to be discarded on the grounds that there is no law sponsorship such.
Buhari had tossed his weight behind open brushing in Nigeria.
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In a meeting with Arise Television, the president had communicated the desire for resuming touching courses the nation over.
The president had said he would coordinate the Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami to uncover the periodical of the First Republic which upheld brushing courses.
Yet, the Chairman, Senate Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Senator Ajibola Basiru had demanded that there was no such law.
Nonetheless, Ajayi said Basiru’s comment was pair with the position of Afenifere which companion against touching courses in Nigeria.
Ajayi, in a proclamation said: “It is very cheering that an administrator, a Senator will mention to us what the situation of the law is. For him to say that there is no such law is very encouraging except for our situation in Afenifere is that if there were such a law, we will need to know when it was declared and how much it should cover.
“Regardless, such a law will be old and it won’t be restricting. For the congressperson to reveal to us that there is no such law, it is couple with our position.
“The Federal Government ought to fail to remember the thought regarding returning any touching course.”