We Must Tell Ourselves The Truth, Things Are Not Normal In Nigeria,We The North are The Problem – Sultan Of Sokoto
The Sultan of Sokoto and President, Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar III has communicated stresses over the situation in Nigeria.
The Sultan regretted that things are deteriorating in the nation as frailty, significant expense of living, and food emergency keep on gnawing harder at the residents.
He spread the word about his psyche while talking in Gombe during the third Conference of the Da’awah Coordination Council of Nigeria (DCCN), a mixture of around 52 Da’awa bunches in Gombe.
The ruler asked the public authority to make an earnest move to handle the difficulties especially the food deficiency as without food, harmony, and advancement can’t occur for things to improve in the country.
“We should reveal to ourselves the unpleasant reality and quit misleading ourselves that things are improving. Actually, things are not beating that. Consequently, the previous we realize things are not improving the better for us, with the goal that we can plunk down and discover means and methods of taking care of our issues.
“We should endeavor to handle the frailty, yearning, neediness and every one of the negative things distressing our extraordinary country. We have issues, yes we realize we have issues and I have said it before that things are ordinary and right in this nation, however we can make things typical and directly by Allah’s desire, so we need to buckle down,” he said.
“Individuals are enduring and we have not many individuals that have so a lot and an excessive number of individuals that have nothing, yet we are not aiding poor people,” he added.
He encouraged the public authority to get satisfactory food supply and store, in order to sell at a much-financed rate to the everyday person.
The Sultan likewise expressed that the time has come to move away from simply talking and make a move on the best way to improve things for Nigeria and Nigerians.
He noticed that the Nigeria Inter-Religious Council (NIREC) has been meeting quarterly to talk about similar issues yet the test has consistently been the inability to carry out proposals.
“We are examining similar issues over and over without carrying out the thing we have been talking about. That shows that something isn’t right with us as pioneers and we should plunk down and discover those things that aren’t right with us, to handle the frailty before it encompasses and eats up us all,” he mourned.