The Plateau State chapter of the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has declared its firm stance to utilize all lawful avenues to safeguard the rights of Muslims within the state.
This announcement was made on Sunday during a gathering convened by the organization to address growing concerns over perceived infringements on the rights of Muslims.
Expressing deep concern over what they termed as numerous violations of Muslims’ rights in the state, the chairman of MURIC reiterated the organization’s commitment to defending the constitutional rights of Muslims.
Barrister Sani Abdul-Aziz, a distinguished guest lecturer at the event, urged Muslims not to succumb to injustices or unfair treatment, emphasizing the importance of seeking legal recourse when faced with infringements on their rights.
Furthermore, Dr. Nazifi Yunus, another esteemed guest lecturer, called upon the government to ensure that Muslims are granted equal rights and treatment as every other citizen. Dr. Yunus stressed the importance of upholding the principles of equality and fairness in the state’s governance.
The event served as a platform for Plateau State Muslims to voice their grievances and concerns regarding the protection of their rights. With MURIC vowing to pursue legal means to address these issues, the stage is set for a proactive approach in safeguarding the rights of Muslims in Plateau State.