Rejection of Nigerian government’s decision to close religious centers

The Nigerian government has announced a ban on the activity of a number of Christian and Islamic religious centers in a number of southern cities, including the city of Lagos.

The ban comes on the pretext of vocal disturbance caused by these religious sites for citizens.

The decision was rejected by prominent groups and religious figures who considered it a restriction to the followers of the Islamic and Christian religions and demanded the government to withdraw immediately.

The head of the team concerned about the rights of Muslims who are active in the field of human rights in a statement said the government should stop the harassment of Muslims.

                                                 

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