Northern Christian Leaders Unite in Support of Sheikh Daurawa's Reinstatement as Kano Hisbah CG


By Abdullahi Alhassan, Kaduna

In a remarkable demonstration of unity, Christian leaders in Northern Nigeria have joined hands with their Muslim counterparts globally to advocate for the reinstatement of Sheikh Aminu Ibrahim Daurawa as the head of the Hisbah Board in Kano.

Pastor Dr. Yohanna Buru, a highly respected Christian cleric and the General Overseer of Christ Evangelical and Life Intervention Ministry in Kaduna State, Northwest Nigeria, has expressed his support for the movement calling for Sheikh Aminu Daurawa's return to his leadership role in Kano.

Pastor Buru emphasized, "As Christians, we stand behind your efforts to shield children from adopting harmful cultural practices on social media. 

It is imperative to monitor the activities of the youth to prevent them from embracing behaviors that contradict our religious and cultural values."

Highlighting the commendable work being done by Sheikh Aminu Daurawa in Kano State, particularly in protecting children from immoral influences on social media, Pastor Buru urged the people of Kano and the state government to collaborate in supporting the Hisbah Board's mission to eradicate behaviors and teachings that conflict with religious, cultural, and ethical norms.

"We, as Christians, earnestly appeal to Sheikh Aminu Daurawa to resume his position as the Commandant-General of Kano State Hisbah Board," Pastor Buru declared.

He also called upon the federal government to establish a regulatory body capable of monitoring and controlling social media to combat the spread of fake news and immorality in society.

Recent reports suggest that the Kano State government is taking proactive steps to bring back the resigned Commandant-General of the State Hisbah Board, Sheikh Aminu Ibrahim Daurawa. 

A delegation of esteemed Islamic clerics, known as the state Council of Ulama, has been dispatched to engage with Sheikh Daurawa and address the concerns.

Additionally, Pastor George John has added his voice to the plea, joining forces with both Muslims and Christians in urging Sheikh Aminu Daurawa to return to his esteemed role as the Commandant-General of Kano Hisbah Board.

"The man is making significant contributions to safeguard the youth generation from foreign and unfamiliar cultures, particularly on social media," emphasized Pastor John.

Similarly, Alaramma Abdulrahman Mohammed Bichi of Kano State has called on all Islamic scholars to join hands in appealing to Sheikh Daurawa's return as Hisbah boss to contribute to making Kano great.

While calling on Jama'atul Nasrul Islam (JNI), the Council of Ulamas, and traditional title holders to join hands in bringing back Sheikh Daurawa to the Hisbah Board, the collective plea seeks to underscore the shared commitment to preserving cultural and ethical values in the region.

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