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Sheikh Dahiru Usman Bauchi, an Islamic scholar and founder of the Islamic group, initially called for calm—and asked Gov. Samuel Lalong to compensate the families of the dead.
He however gave a condition: the outcomes of the government investigation must be favourable.
“Each time my people are on their way, travelling to deliver the gospel of God, they get attacked and killed in Jos, Plateau State. As a result of this, we will take action now,” said Bauchi in a video the group published August 16.
“We will not forgive and forget. We will not take action that is unacceptable by the Islamic religion,” he said.
He warned the governor to promise such attack won’t happen again.
In the meantime, Bauchi urges Muslims not to take the law in their hands.
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