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Stop Forcing Muslim Students To Attend Church Services, MURIC warns Adeleke University

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Subair Mohammed

The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has described as religious scam a situation whereby management of Adeleke University, Ede, Osun State forced Muslim students to attend church serviceson Sundays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

MURIC in a statement signed by its Director, Prof. Ishaq Akintola, said that Adeleke University is serially violating the fundamental human rights of Muslim students in the institution.

Prof Akintola said, “Adeleke Univeristy makes it mandatory for students living in the hostel to attend church every Wednesday and Saturday.

“The practice of other religion except Christianity is banned. Muslim students must not be seen observing Salat. Hijab is a taboo in Adeleke University. All these Islamophobic practices are smartly hidden from prospective students.”

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Prof Akintola therefore call for the intervention of the National Universities Commission to rescue Muslim students in the institution.

MURIC called on the National Universities Commission (NUC) to come to the rescue of Muslim students in Adeleke University. It is a religious scam. This institution hides under a non-religious nomenclature to ensnare Muslim students into an enclave of religious apartheid.

It stated further that it is aware that such practices of religious intolerance exist in a few other private universities.

It therefore advise Muslim parents and Muslim students to take necessary precaution and investigate very well before picking universities of interest.

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