BAN ON HIJAB MEANS THE DAWN FALL OF THE CURRENT ADMINISTRATION OF PRESIDENT MUHAMMAD BUHARI.

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE MUSLIM STUDENTS SOCIETY OF NIGERIA, NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS ABUJA. ON 30th December, 2015.
BAN ON HIJAB MEANS THE DAWN FALL OF THE CURRENT ADMINISTRATION OF PRESIDENT MUHAMMAD BUHARI.

The Muslim Students' Society of Nigeria, National Headquarters Abuja, has warned President Muhammad Buhari not to consider or attempt any ban on Hijab and if he insisted, then he should be ready to wipe out all Muslims in Nigeria.

We believe that such a consideration would ridicule the war against Boko Haram, adding it was an unnecessary, unreasonable, and conscripted, approach.

According to The Society the ban on Hijab means that Boko Haram has succeeded in their deceptive ideology and may strengthen their unjustifiable zeal to kill innocent souls.

It would be recalled that the President Buhari during a presidential chat on Wednesday night at about GMT 1900 to 2100 on 30th December, 2015.Said the FG may consider ban on Hijab if terrorists continue to use it to perpetuate evil.

We strongly condemned the insight saying that such showed that the FG is still considering some unrealistic and conspicuous approach in the fight against terrorism in the country, after press release were made and letters sent to draw his attention.

We strongly said, "Ban on Hijab is wrong, biased and the greatest approach that can drown the support and popularity of the Buhari- Led administration. which will bring its downfall.

"The decision to ban Hijab may mean that Boko Haram has succeeded in their mission. Rather than ban Hijab, the government should diversify ways to acquire bomb detective gadgets which can detect bombs from afar and improve in In intelligence gathering Instead of considering how to stop the wearing of Hijab, the FG should be thinking of how to stop nd eradicate Boko Haraam completely.

"If Hijab must be banned then the government has to also ban use of vehicles, hand bags, cell phones, motocycle and suits because more evils have been perpetuated through them. It's totally illogical to attach Boko Haram attacks to a dress code or pattern. Our Hijab is a garment of honour; it is an apparel of modesty and an outfit commanded to be worn by Allah." In any case if the president insisted then this shall be his downfall. As Allah shall take up the fight.

The National President Muhammad Jameel Muhammad, however, condemned Boko Haram and its activities in entirety, but insisted that more practical nd sincere approaches were needed to defeat the terrorists.

He subsequently commended reports that soldiers are emerging victorious in most of their face-off with the terrorists, He pray to Allah to continue to give the military victory upon the terrorists.

The student-leader clarified that it was wrong for the President to play on the intelligence of Muslims, saying, "It is known to everyone that Hijab is worn by Muslims and a ban on the religious garment is an attack on Islam.

"Just as it would be wrong for anyone to say that suits or vehicles should be banned because they are used to rob or assassinate and terrorise; it would also be unfair for anybody to consider Hijab ban because of its wrong usage."
We call on the President General of The Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs and other Organizations to urgently call for the stop of this barbaric move and also Implore our members across the country to prepare for a monumental protest.

MUHAMMAD GREMA BUKAR
National Public Relations Officer
Muslim Students' Society of Nigeria,
National Headquarters Abuja.
Tel: 08183828899