Kaduna demolishes Shi’ite school (PHOTOS)

The bad blood between the Kaduna State Government and the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) got messier on Thursday.

The government demolished a primary and secondary school owned by the Shiite sect.

The demolition of the school called “Fudiyya Centre”, located at Babban-Dodo, Gangaren-Fadama, in Zaria was greeted with happiness by some residents of the town.

Musa Musa, a resident of the area, said the demolition was not only a welcome idea but a good step in the right direction.

“We have long been waiting for this action; it came at a time we did not expect. However, we are really happy with what happened today.

“These people have been disturbing us whenever they are conducting their activities,” he said.
Another resident, Baba Bala, applauded the government’s effort, saying the town was now safer.
“I must confess that Zaria is now safe without El-Zakzaky.
“We are behind what this government is doing; we hope it will carry out the good work to its logical conclusion,” Mr. Bala added.
The demolition commenced at about 2:30 p.m. under the supervision of armed security personnel.
When contacted for comment, officials of the demolishing agency, KASUPDA, declined comment, saying they have no authority to speak to the press.
When contacted spokesman to Governor Nasir El-Rufai, Samuel Aruwan, said he just received the information.
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