Controversial Islamic cleric and Kaduna-based preacher, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi has lamented the absence of social justice within the nation.
Gumi acknowledged that the absence of justice within the nation has led to a excessive variety of out-of-school youngsters within the nation and a poor inhabitants.
He mentioned this on Monday throughout a peace-building symposium organized in Maiduguri, the Borno state capital, as a part of initiatives to reintegrate former Boko Haram insurgents into society.
Gumi acknowledged that the material of energy within the nation has damaged down and allowed the jobless youths to be recruited as bandits, terrorists, and thugs.
The controversial Islamic scholar identified that the nation has a weak justice system, including that the material of energy is damaged down.
He mentioned: Whoever has any curiosity in our nation, now we have made obtainable for him troopers he can conscript.
So why will we depart our youngsters uneducated? Why is schooling not for everyone? Why will we depart our inhabitants poor?
Some Nigerians are using non-public jets whereas some Nigerians dont know the place to place their youngsters at school. There is social injustice. When you go to the court docket system, justice is just not there.
“The material of energy is damaged down. So, the youngsters are there for use by anyone.