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Photos: Shi’ites visit Church, Celebrate Chrismas with Christian in Dutsin-ma

Photos: Shi’ites visit Church, Celebrate Chrismas with Christian in Dutsin-ma

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Photos: Shi’ites visit Church, Celebrate Chrismas with Christian in Dutsin-ma

Pictures of some people reportedly Muslims of the Shi’a sect in church and with Christians celebrating Christmas in Dutsin-ma.

The pictures also showed some of the shi’ites presenting gift to the Christians.

Recall that today 25th of December 2019 is Chrismas day.

Here are the pictures:

In another development, Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, popularly called Shiites, on Wednesday, attended a Christmas Church service at Church of the Advent, Samaru, Zaria.

Speaking in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria shortly after the service, the leader of the team, Prof. Isa Hassan-Mshelgaru, said the essence of attending the service was to promote love, tolerance, and understanding among Nigerians.

The service was conducted at Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion, Diocese of Zaria, Church of the Advent, Samaru, Kaduna State.

“We came to celebrate Christmas with fellow Christians here because we consider them as our brothers and we don’t have anything to give them than to come and celebrate this day with them.

“As they consider this day very important, we also consider it very important, we feel that we should come and visit them so as to clear some of the unnecessary imaginary boundaries that have been created.

“There are some imaginary boundaries that could not be seen that kept us far away from each other, so, we want to breach this gap, so that we come together as brothers and sisters living in the same country and same locality,” he said.

Hassan-Mshelgaru appealed to other Nigerians, whether Muslims, Christians or traditionalists to shun all forms of hatred, saying that religion was not all about hate but a means of bonding people together.

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