International Youth Day: Muslim Students Says They Want BBNaija Banned

The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit has called on the government to ban Big Brother Nigeria indefinitely.

The organisation said the reality show is causing social vices and ruckus in the country and making Nigerian Youths to be ignorant of some necessities and as such, it is also highly unfavorable.

The students organisation said this in a statement by its Amir (president) Mallam Miftahudeen Thanni, on Thursday, to commemorate the 1443AH Islamic new year and International Youth Day.

Thanni also called on the government to intensify efforts to end insecurity in the country.

While congratulating Muslims over the New Year, Thanni commended governors who declared public holidays for Hijrah.

He, however, berated the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, for not following the good steps of his colleagues who declared a work-free day.

Thanni also expressed concern over the hosting of the BBnaija show at a location in Lagos, a situation he described as “unfavourable for youths development in the state”.

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