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NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by GANDOOOKI: 2:53pm On Mar 30
NSCIA Lambasts CAN, Provides List of Justices, their Religions over Alleged Marginalisation in Judiciary

The attention of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) has been drawn to the insinuations and vituperations that trailed the shortlisting of 20 Justices-designate by the Federal Judicial Service Commission (FJSC). It would be noted that except it is compelled to do so, the Council has often resisted joining issues with the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) as a matter of principle.

This is because CAN has proved, times without number, its morbid hatred for Islam and Muslims, its remarkable capacity for destructive mischief, its dexterous use of scurrilous propaganda and its predilection for always being economical with the truth as part of the sinister strategy of heating up the polity anytime a Muslim is at the helm of affairs.

It would be recalled that not too long ago, the Council was forced to expose the marginalisation of Muslims in the successive Boards of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) after CAN made one of its wild and mendacious allegations of Christian marginalisation. It is actually a wicked strategy and unholy tactics to accuse Muslims of marginalisation though Muslims are the ones being deliberately and systemically marginalised by Christians, who continue to consolidate on the colonial agenda of emasculating Muslims. However, NSCIA would not allow the serial falsehood of CAN and its propensity for character assassination of people on the basis of their religious identity to stand because truth is irrefragable.

To wit, the intransigence of CAN is playing out again in the deliberate distortion of the issues surrounding the shortlisted 20 Justices-designate. The grouse of CAN, as amplified by some hagiographers masquerading as opinion leaders, is that 13 of the 20 recently shortlisted Justices are from the North and are Muslims. Though the President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Monica Dongban-Mensem, on her honour stated unequivocally that the procedure of the appointment followed “due and usual process” and that the recommendation “was done without any preference for tribe, creed or association”, mischief makers, ethnic jingoists and religious bigots resorted to blackmail. In venting their spleen against the development, CAN especially and its apologists choose to ignore the fact that Muslims are a minority in the religious composition of the Court of Appeal. In a statement filled with bile and bigotry, the so-called religious body expressed its “feelings of sadness, disgust and anger at the insensitivity demonstrated by the FJSC in compiling the list.

It seems undeniable that the recklessness displayed by the FJSC suggests a steady and gradual descend (sic) to (sic) a process of Islamising the Judiciary of Nigeria.”

The unassailable truth is that Justices of the Court of Appeal (JCAs) are 70 but the North with 19 States has 34 while the South with 17 States has 36. The South thus has more JCAs than the North.

Meanwhile, out of the 36 JCAs from the South West (where Muslims are a majority), South East and South South (in both of which Muslims have considerable indigenous populations), all the JCAs are Christians except for Justice Habeeb Adewale Abiru of Lagos state and Justice Mistura Bolaji-Yusuf of Oyo state. But in the three geo-political zones of the North where Muslims are predominant, there are 34 JCAs out of which 15 are Christians.

In other words, the North East has 4 Muslim JCAs and 7 Christians, the North Central has 6 Muslim JCAs and 7 Christians while the North West has 9 Muslim JCAs and 1 Christian JCA. Of the 36 from the South, only 2 are Muslims. The names and details of the Justices are as follows:

S/N Name
State
Geopolitical Zone
Religious Affiliation

NORTH CENTRAL

1. Joseph S. Ikyegh Benue North Central Christian

2. Patricia A. Mahmoud Benue North Central Christian

3. Stephen Jonah Adah Kogi North Central Christian

4. S. T. Hussaini Kogi North Central Muslim

5. Ahmad O. Belgore Kwara North Central Muslim

6. M. N. Oniyangi Kwara North Central Muslim

7. F. A. Ojo Kwara North Central Christian

8. Ridwan M. Abdullahi Nasarawa North Central Muslim

9. J. Abungada Nasarawa North Central Christian

10. Amina Wambai Niger North Central Muslim

11. M. B. Idris Niger North Central Muslim

12. PCA Monica Dongban- Mensem Plateau North Central Christian

13. Jummai H. Sankey Plateau North Central Christian

Total North Central: 7 Christians, 6 Muslims


NORTH EAST

14. A. M. Talba Adamawa North East Muslim

15. Hussein Mukhtar Bauchi North East Muslim

16. Haruna S.Tsammani Bauchi North East Christian

17. Bitrus G.Sanga Bauchi North East Christian

18. A. G. Mshelia Borno North East Christian

19. Ibrahim S. Bdliya Borno North East Christian

20. Hamma Barka Gombe North East Christian

21. Y. B. Nimpar Gombe North East Christian

22. Mohammed Danjuma Taraba North East Christian

23. I. A. Andenyangtso Taraba North East Christian

24 Mohammed Mustapha Borno North East Muslim


Total North East: 8 Christians, 3 Muslims


NORTH WEST

25. Ali Abubakar Gumel Jigawa North West Muslim

26. Muhammed L. Shuaibu Jigawa North West Muslim

27. Abubakar Dati Yahaya Kaduna North West Muslim

28. James S. Abiriyi Kaduna North West Christian

29. T. Y. Hassan Kano North West Muslim

30. A. M. Bayero Kano North West Muslim

31. Abubakar Sadiq Umar Kebbi North West Muslim

32. Jamilu Y. Tukur Katsina North West Muslim

33. A. M. Lamido Sokoto North West Muslim

34. B. B. Aliyu Zamfara North West Muslim

Total North West: 1 Christian, 9 Muslims

Subtotal (Northern States): 16 Christians, 18 Muslims



SOUTH EAST

35 Raphael C. Agbo Enugu South East Christian

36 U.I Ndukwe- Anyanwu Anambra South East Christian

37 Chidi N. Uwa Abia South East Christian

38 C. E. Nwosu-Iheme Imo South East Christian

39 T.N Orji-Abadua Imo South East Christian

40 Obande F. Ogbuinya Ebonyi South East Christian

41 Uchechukwu Onyemanam Ebonyi South East Christian

42 Onyekachi A. Otisi Abia South East Christian

43 C.I. Jombo-Ofo Abia South East Christian

44 Paul O. Elechi Ebonyi South East Christian

45 Ugochukwu A. Ogakwu Enugu South East Christian


Total South East: 11 Christians, 0 Muslim




SOUTH SOUTH

46 Ignatius I. Agube Cross River South South Christian

47 Rita N. Pemi Delta South South Christian

48 Ita George Mbaba Akwa Ibom South South Christian

49 Moore A. A. Adumein Bayelsa South South Christian

50 O.O. Daniel-Kalio Rivers South South Christian

51 Fatima O. Akinbami Edo South South Christian

52 Biobele A. Georgewill Rivers South South Christian

53 Frederick O. Oho Delta South South Christian

54 Joseph E. Ekanem Akwa Ibom South South Christian

55 Abimbola O. Obaseki-Adejumo Edo South South Christian

56 Boloukuromo M. Ugo Bayelsa South South Christian

57 Ebiowei Tobi Delta South South Christian


Total South South: 12 Christians, 0 Muslim




SOUTH WEST


58 Jimi O. Bada Osun South West Christian

59 Oyebisi F. Omoleye Ekiti South West Christian

60 Mojeed A. Owoade Oyo South West Christian

61 A. O. Lokolo-Sodipe Ogun South West Christian

62 Isaiah O. Akeju Ekiti South West Christian

63 Tunde O. Awotoye Osun South West Christian

64 Habeeb A. O. Abiru Lagos South West Muslim

65 Peter O. Ige Oyo South West Christian

66 O. A. Adefope- Okojie Ogun South West Christian

67 Mistura O. Bolaji- Oyo South West Muslim Yusuf

68 E. O. Williams- Dawudu Lagos South West Christian

69 Joseph O. Oyewole Osun South West Christian

70 Gabriel O. Kolawole Osun South West Christian


Total South West: 11 Christians, 2 Muslims

Subtotal (Southern States): 34 Christians, 2 Muslims

Subtotal (Northern States plus FCT): 16 Christians, 18 Muslims

Grand Total of all JCAs: 50 Christians (71.4%), 20 Muslims (28.6%)


However, the three geopolitical zones of the South have only two Muslim JCAs while the three geopolitical zones of the North have 15 Christian JCAs! Who is wickedly intolerant?

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by GANDOOOKI: 2:53pm On Mar 30
The cacophony of Christian marginalisation that constitutes the sing-song of CAN is a blatant lie, a deliberate distortion and a devilish strategy of shedding crocodile tears or crying while flogging Muslims with bare-faced oppression and systemic repression in Nigeria. Though religion preaches love, honesty, sincerity, tolerance, good neighbourliness and kindness, among other virtues, CAN has succeeded in creating a Nigerian version of Christianity which is anchored on morbid hatred, undisguised dishonesty, caustic insincerity, religious intolerance, perennial hostility and outright wickedness. If CAN has its way, it would annihilate Muslims from Nigeria but one billion CANs of calumny unleashed against us cannot extinguish the light of Islam here and elsewhere, even if they try it!

This is the same strategy underpinning the needless hubbub over hijab in Kwara state and elsewhere. It is given that the right to hijab is constitutionally guaranteed.

However, to CAN, constitutionality does not matter where intolerance festers and it has resorted to toe the path of violence. Section 38, Subsection 1 of the Nigerian Constitution (as amended in 2011) states categorically thus:

“Every person shall be entitled to freedom of thought, conscience and religion… (either alone or in community with others, and in public and or in private) to manifest and propagate his religion or belief in worship, teaching practice and observance; and Subsection 3 states that: No person attending any place of education shall be required to receive religious instruction or to take part in or attend any religious ceremony or observance if such instruction ceremony or observance relates to a religion other than his own, or religion not approved by his parent or guardian; while subsection 4 further states that: No religious community or denomination shall be prevented from providing religious instruction for pupils of that community or denomination in any place of education maintained wholly by that community or denomination.

The schools in question are public schools which are financed and administered by the state government. It is even ironical that a number of the female teachers in these schools use hijab. Would CAN also ask the state government to disengage all the ‘Hijabi teachers’ in the affected schools?

The matter was put to rest in Suit CA/IL/49/2009 where the appellate court in Ilorin ruled unequivocally that the use of hijab by female Muslims qualifies as a fundamental right under Section 38 of the Constitution. Also, in AbdulKareem vs Lagos State Government (2016) 15 NWLR (Pt 1535) 177, the Court of Appeal further reaffirmed its decision in Appeal No CA/IL/49/2009 and upheld the unalloyed right of a female Muslim to wear hijab to school. However, CAN argued that the use of hijab in the affected schools will “cause discrimination and allow terrorists to easily identify our children and wards.” What a jaundiced argument! Assuming that was true, would the withdrawal of all the Hijabi students in the affected schools not make the children to be more easily identified?

It therefore beats imagination that CAN can be so blinded by Islamophobia as to promote anarchy in the land by denying willing Muslim girls the right to hijab in state-funded schools in Ilorin of all towns, repaying the tolerance of the Muslim hosts with intolerance! Even in the West, willing school girls and professionals are accorded their rights to hijab and a Baptist College in Australia less than two years ago changed its dress code to accommodate its Hijabi student.

However, in Nigeria, CAN leaders appear to practise a different version of Christianity and they undermine democracy by violating the lawful judgements of competent courts of law.

For the purpose of hindsight, Muslims have over the years been bearing their persecution and marginalisation in Nigeria with religious patience and dignified forbearance without the NSCIA heating up the polity, occupying public spaces or inciting confrontation with constituted authorities.

Right-thinking Nigerians are to ponder what CAN would have done if Christians were to be at the receiving end illustrated with just the following six instances:  a. During the regime of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo between 2003 and 2007, there was not a single Muslim Minister from the entire South-West, South-South, South-East and North-Central, except one Muslim from Nasarawa state.  In the period between 2010 and 2013 during Dr Goodluck Jonathan’s regime, no single Muslim Minister was appointed from the three geopolitical zones of the South.  The National Conference of 2014 convened by the Government led by Dr Goodluck Jonathan was lopsidedly constituted that Muslims were just about one-third of the entire delegates. While the cross is the symbol of Christianity and the crescent is the symbol of Islam, the cross is used as the symbol of hospitals across Nigeria and the Federal Government statutorily created the Nigerian Red Cross Society (NRSC).

The Federal Government recognises and legitimises the Christian worship days of Saturday and Sunday as official work-free days in Nigeria.  The Central Bank of Nigeria pays public funds running into hundreds of millions of Naira to CAN every year under one guise or the other.

As far as those who run the affairs of CAN are concerned, Nigeria may as well descend into war since in their demonic calculations, they will dominate Muslims with the support of their foreign friends and turn Muslim lands to a vast wasteland as obtainable in some Muslim-majority countries. They fail to realise that the war they are intent on dragging Nigeria into ultimately does not decide who is right but who is left and that no soldier in the real sense ever survives a war as something dies in him while fighting. It is in this respect that Muslims in Nigeria and the South in particular are warned to be circumspect in being dragged into the ethnic debate of some phantom states to be created out of Nigeria by some irredentist agitators. It is clear to the blind and audible to the deaf that the script is a design to further repress Islam and oppress Muslims in the South and turn them into second class citizens in their own fatherland. Behind the mask of ethnicity that the propagandists wear to deceive the unwary is a religious agenda to obliterate Muslims from the socio-political life of the entire South where hijab would be criminalised and the courts of law would be disobeyed at will by the so-called elite, as being witnessed in Kwara state.

Muslims who listen to the deceit of ‘those-who-wish-others-evil’ or the rants of their megaphones are bound to regret if they continue to toe their divisive ethnic and religious propaganda.

Muslim opinion leaders, especially politicians, writers and journalists, are to be wary of being subliminally drawn into what will potentially destroy them. You cannot trust those who disobey rightful court orders to guarantee your basic rights when push comes to shove!

It is against the backdrop of the foregoing that the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) reiterates its earlier call that the Federal Government should urgently conduct a full-scale religious census of the entire workforce of its Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs). The statistics would be helpful as it would reveal the states of origin and religious affiliations of the Nigerian workforce.

Muslims can no longer tolerate the psychological terrorism of those whose stock-in-trade is campaign of calumny and bigoted propaganda anytime a Muslim happens to be at the helm of affairs in Nigeria.

This is the way forward at this time as the vilification of Muslims by CAN can only be redressed by publishing the statistics and letting the world know who is marginalising who.

Signed:

Prof. Salisu Shehu
Deputy Secretary General, NSCIA
For and on behalf of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA)

Arc. Haruna Zuberu Usman-Ugwu
Ag. Director of Administration, NSCIA For and on behalf of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA)

https://prnigeria.com/2021/03/30/nscia-can-marginalisation-judiciary/

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by TruthHurts1(m): 3:21pm On Mar 30
The truth is that appointing Justices into the Court of Appeal just for the purpose of balancing religious quotas is wrong and that is what the latest appointment is seeking to do.

The reason why Christians seem to dominate the composition of the Court of Appeal at present lies in the fact that Christians have historically always taken education more seriously than muslims. It wasn't because of quota systems or preferential treatment that most Court of Appeal judges are Christians, in the same way that most professors, medical doctors, lawyers, engineers, architects, software engineers in Nigeria are Christians. Plain and simple, taking education seriously pays off.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by gawu1: 3:38pm On Mar 30
NSCIA has been sleeping too long. Thank God for MURIC.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by PlayerMeji: 3:41pm On Mar 30
They should go and sit down with their hypocrisy jàre. They are saying CAN has a morbid hate for Islam, like they should not.
Why should anyone love Islam in this country with all the carnage, destruction and death it has brought.


See the mofos claiming that Muslims are in the majority in South West... Meanwhile, there are many Muslims as there are Christians.

Everyone is rewriting the records to suit their story.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by Donbabafx1(m): 3:44pm On Mar 30
this country should just divide already, make everybody rest. Too much religious and tribal issue everyday

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by RRodwave(m): 3:44pm On Mar 30
No be only by writing christian
Show Evidences

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by greenskittles: 3:45pm On Mar 30
Its embarrassing that Nigerians care more about religious/ethnic affiliation than competence. Otherwise we wouldn't even be having this discussion.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by KarlWhyte(m): 3:46pm On Mar 30
Religion n Tribalism re part of the reasons why this country can never move forward

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by gawu1: 3:46pm On Mar 30
TruthHurts1:
The truth is that appointing Justices into the Court of Appeal just for the purpose of balancing religious quotas is wrong and that is what the latest appointment is seeking to do.

The reason why Christians seem to dominate the composition at present lies in the fact that Christians have historically always taken education more seriously than muslims. It wasn't because of quota systems or preferential treatment that most Court of Appeal judges are Christians, in the same way that most professors, medical doctors, lawyers, engineers, architects, software engineers in Nigeria are Christians. Plain and simple, taking education seriously pays off.

You are likely one of those who always have reasons against quotas system or balancing in appointment but will vehemently converse for and defence rotation of presidency.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by Simplyleo: 3:46pm On Mar 30
CAN, pls is this information correct?


HisMajesty1:
Completely unnecessary.
Yes o, very unnecessary.

We should just assume there are more muslim judges than Christian judges, even without proof.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by HisMajesty1(m): 3:46pm On Mar 30
Completely unnecessary.
Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by JamiuKabir: 3:46pm On Mar 30
Nigerians expect Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) to similar comparison for all appointment under General Buhari.


Starting from the security ...


Making noise only because they found where there is noise.

Useless gonment.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by thebosstrevor1: 3:46pm On Mar 30
CAN ARE BIGOTS....Now they can shut up. grin

Marginalization my foot grin

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by swtdrms(m): 3:47pm On Mar 30
TruthHurts1:
The truth is that appointing Justices into the Court of Appeal just for the purpose of balancing religious quotas is wrong and that is what the latest appointment is seeking to do.

The reason why Christians seem to dominate the composition at present lies in the fact that Christians have historically always taken education more seriously than muslims. It wasn't because of quota systems or preferential treatment that most Court of Appeal judges are Christians, in the same way that most professors, medical doctors, lawyers, engineers, architects, software engineers in Nigeria are Christians. Plain and simple, taking education seriously pays off.


Ok let's assume you're correct, then why the shouts and castigation against muslims even after court verdicts? Why?

The hidden fact is that CAN is completely intolerant of the muslim folks and it does that with its chest

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by OnlyDeCapPlease(m): 3:47pm On Mar 30
Our problems many for Nigeria. Huge Sigh!

Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by manitoba(m): 3:48pm On Mar 30
What about the traditionalist? Lol

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by kolnel: 3:48pm On Mar 30
misplaced priorities.
what does that have to do with the corruption in Nigeria.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by omodaamola: 3:48pm On Mar 30
H!mmmm, it is well

PRAY FOR NIGERIA
Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by AbijaJ: 3:48pm On Mar 30
Smh. If tribalism does not finish this country, these two imported religions will.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by Musty112: 3:48pm On Mar 30
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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by Numerouno94(m): 3:49pm On Mar 30
sad Terrorists and their problems. From the crises of Hijab in Kwara state to this epistle. God help us.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by Udodiri01: 3:49pm On Mar 30
I no gree... Why them no get Atheists or traditional worshiper.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by bigdammyj: 3:49pm On Mar 30
Noted
Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by Ferizu: 3:49pm On Mar 30
Nigerians and religion, hmmmm, I case my rest o

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by UtilityRational(m): 3:49pm On Mar 30
When MURIC complains , you would see the hypocritical Xtian and CAN sympathizers Abusing Prof. ishaq. imarging SW with only 2 muslims they would be here pretendeing with a phrases like 'nigerians and religion' or ' its competency that matters' . but watch them closely when the table is turned

muslims are really tolerants.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by zombieHUNTER: 3:49pm On Mar 30
These terrorist should go to hell...

Buhari administration Enables terrorists

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by Kingspin(m): 3:49pm On Mar 30
Nigeria cannot be a terrorism country. But Buhari is making it possible.
You cannot elect jihad as president and expect blood not to flow.

Notice all over Nigeria, the last 5 years has been news on Killings, destruction, war, kidnapping death and death.
They were desperate for power got the power came back to attack the whole country.

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Re: NSCIA Criticizes CAN, Provides List Of Justices, Their Religions by ivolt: 3:50pm On Mar 30
These religious groups have become national jesters fighting over religious quotas in every appointment.
Very soon, they will start listing appointments by denominations. Maybe Celestial and Ahmadiya people are also
been marginalised in government appointments by fellow religious practitioners.

One wonders how people who claim to be working towards heaven are obsessed with earthly positions.

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