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Falz This is Nigeria Video: Another Muslim group tackles MURIC, says even Christians are not provoked

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Shortly after the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) asked Folarin ‘Falz’ Falana to withdraw his ‘This is Nigeria’ video, a group known as Muslim Against Terror has defended the artiste.

The group says MURIC does not have an understanding of veil usage.

In the video, girls wearing hijab are seen dancing ‘shaku shaku’, hence the controversy.

While addressing the reactions that trailed the video, Falz had explained that the girls were a representation of the abducted Chibok girls still in Boko Haram captivity.

In a statement countering that of MURIC, Muslim Against Terror asked if Ishaq Akintola, director of MURIC, would “prefer watching the ladies in the video dressed in body-hugging mini skirts and shaking their bountiful parts??

It read: “In clear contradiction to what MURIC’s Professor Ishaq Akintola claimed, Islam or Muslim was NEVER mentioned in the video and the veil is not owned by Islam but worn by anyone who so feels, hopefully to the pleasure of Muslims and worn by nuns and sometimes forcibly doused by terrorists on their captors as happened in the Chibok case.

“Where did Ishaq see Islam or Muslim in this video?

“Was this subvert threat of a possible repeat of radical and meaningless, unjustified violence by misguided Islamists in the past, a means of merely defending the Buhari administration possibly negatively affected by the viral video and defending Fulani herder-related terrorism by attempting to present the video as religiously provocative? The video was not.

“If at all the video provoked any religion it was the Christian faith, by ridiculing pastors casting out demons via grabbing female breasts, and also laying direct attacks at pastors involved in the establishment of universities which their congregations cannot attend.”

Instead of threatening Falz with legal action, the group urged MURIC to focus on the issues raised in the video.

“As regards truths of value in the video, there were very many that seemed not to be digested by Professor Ishaq, including: that the people are extremely poor, medical facilities are poor, that we operate a predatory neocolonial-capitalist system fueled on fraud and exploitation, bedeviled with institutionalized corruption, that criminal cases are settled in police stations and not courts, police station closing by six, no electricity, youth work multiple jobs and yet are called lazy by the president.”

The group urged that MURIC be careful of the propagation of sensitive messages.

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Singer Simi Pens Beautiful Letter To Her Daughter As She Turns 6 Months

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Simi and her daughter, Adejare

Simi and her daughter, Adejare

Popular Nigerian singer and songwriter, Simi has penned a beautiful letter to her daughter, Adejare as she turns 6-months-old.

November 30 marked six months since the singer and her husband, Adekunle Gold welcomed their little platter of feet. Taking to her Instagram page, Simi posted an adorable photo of her herself and her daughter along with the lovely message.

The first time mum noted that she is excited for her daughter to grow up so they can do fun stuff together.

In her words;

“My baby. My daughter. The love of my life. This feisty little chocolate princess is 6 months old today. God is so great.

You make me giddy Adejare. You changed my life and turned my Spirit inside out. Giving you life (in collaboration with God and your daddy) gave me new life, and is the most spiritual thing I ever did in all my life. You’re everything to me. I’ve never felt a love so complete and thorough and protective and jealous and unconditional. They tell you you’re gonna love your baby so much, but you don’t know how much until you love your baby.

I’m emotional because you’re growing up too fast and some days I want time to freeze, so I can soak up more of these moments, but I’m also excited for you to grow up so we can have cute, silly conversations. So we can go on mommy/daughter dates. So we can have slumber parties. So you can confide in me. So we can pray together. You’re everything I asked for, and then so much more. You complete our little family. Thank you for your gummy smiles and for all the words you think you’re saying. I hear you. I love you too much Deja. Happy half birthday

– Mommy”

Read Also: Singer Simi Laments Over Men Having More Privileges Than Women

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Actress Lilian Afegbai Pens Motivational Quotes After Buying Birkin Bag Worth $22K

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Nigerian actress and film producer, Lilian Afegbai has taken to Instagram to show off her Hermès Birkin bag worth $22K.

The ex-Big Brother Africa housemate posted a photo of the pricey bag along with the receipt to clear all doubts. Afegbai also penned some words of encouragement to her social media followers as she urged them to be patient and keep pushing.

The actress captioned her post with the words;

“There’s time for everything, I got this for my birthday but it arrived late…
I remember when I could only afford an Aldo or Zara bag…. Now I can get myself a birkin

Enjoy the process, very soon you will get everything you want. It just takes time
More to come”

Read Also: Lilian Afegbai Returns To IG After Her Mum Was Dragged For Shooting UNIBEN Student

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The actress’ post

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‘Why I’m Ready For Marriage’: BBNaija’s Leo Da Silva

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Leo Da Silva

Leo Da Silva

Reality TV star, Leo Da Silva, has explained why he is ready for marriage. The former BBNaija ‘Double Wahala’ housemate took to his official Twitter page to reply a fan who came at him for saying he is ready for marriage shortly after tweeting that women should be feared.

You went from fearing women to now being ready to get married“, the Twitter user wrote.

Explaining his sudden change of heart, the 27-year-old Lagos-born entrepreneur wrote in response:

“Fear women, not fear woman.”

Read Also: ‘Women Cheat More Than Men’ – Leo Da Silva

The reality TV star has also made a case for men who demand that their potential partners be as financially capable as they are. According to him, no man wants a burden.

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