Nigeria Don’t Violate religious freedom, FG tells the United States
Nigeria Don’t Violate religious freedom
The Federal Government has prevented charges by the United States from getting taking part in orderly and intolerable strict opportunity infringement.
In an explanation gave in Abuja on Tuesday, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed said Nigeria didn’t have an approach of strict mistreatment.
The priest depicted the claim as an instance of a fair difference between the two countries on the reasons for brutality in Nigeria.
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“Nigeria doesn’t participate in strict opportunity infringement, neither does it have an approach of strict mistreatment.
“Casualties of uncertainty and illegal intimidation in the nation are followers of Christianity, Islam and different religions,” he said.
Mohammed said Nigeria desirously secures strict opportunity as cherished in the nation’s constitution and pays attention to any encroachments in such manner.
The U.S., supposedly on Monday put Nigeria on a strict opportunity boycott.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo assigned Nigeria as “Nation of Particular Concern” for strict opportunity, close by countries that incorporate China, Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.