INSECURITY: Al-Qanitaat Sisterhood urges Govt to review nation’s protective apparatus

An Islamic women group, Al-Qanitaat Sisterhood (QSO)has charged Nigerian government to take proper review of Nigeria security and protective architecture such that it will bring to an end to the rampant spate of kidnappings and abductions in Nigeria.The group said the review will allow Nigerians, especially the vulnerable, to live and thrive in peace and security, wherever they may reside in the country.

This appeal was made in a statement signed by Amira ,Al-Qanitaat Sisterhood (QSO, Hajiya Rashida Ibrahim and made available to newsmen.
The statement read in part:
“Al-Qanitaat Sisterhood (QSO) is an Islamic women’s organization that works to support and provide opportunities for women through education, knowledge acquisition and livelihood enhancement. We use the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah to empower women to positively
impact the family structure and society at large.
“With an understanding of the key role that women play in the structure of society, especially as it relates to the upbringing of children as the next generation, we target our efforts towards the proper orientation and guidance of women and children.
“QSO has been following with great concern, the recent escalation in the spate of abductions and kidnappings, including the situation with the abduction of the Al-Kadriyar family including their six daughters. Together with the rest of the country, we give thanks to Almighty Allah that our prayers for their safe release have been answered.
“Al Qanitaat Sisterhood was shocked and horrified to receive the news of the death of one of the sisters in the hands of the abductors. When lives are cut short, the promise that could have accrued to the society and country at large is lost. The escalation in the brutal abductions and
kidnappings should be of grave concern to the security agencies and government of Nigeria.
‘We also want to Felicitate with the families of the safe release of the Al-Kadriyar sisters and all other women and children in captivity that were released.
“As Muslims, we submit to the will of Allah at all times, as we all belong to Him, and will return to Him ultimately. May Allah have mercy on the soul of Nabeeha and others that have had their lives cut short. We pray for ease for their families in these difficult times.

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