No intends to set up Islamic varsity in Imo — House

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No intends to set up Islamic varsity in Imo — House
No intends to set up Islamic varsity in Imo — House
No intends to set up Islamic varsity in Imo — House

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Owerri—The Imo State House of Assembly has denied plans to make a law that will empower foundation of an Islamic college in the state. Place of Representatives The Chief Press Secretary to the Speaker of Imo State House of Assembly, Marcel Ekwezuo gave the forswearing in an announcement to newsmen in Owerri. Imo State House of Assembly had confronted kickbacks following reputed plans to back with a law the foundation of an Islamic college in the state. Imo APC rally: How Okorocha held Buhari prisoner for quite a long time But the State Assembly, contended that with such a law, it would just create a legitimate support for all Christian-based associations and not Islamic college. As per Ekwezuo, “the Imo State House of Assembly says it didn’t pass any bill for the foundation of an Islamic college. Rather, the House passed bills for the foundation of Chosen University and Bishop Shanahan Polytechnics among other individuals – situated bills passed. “The House passed ‘a bill for a law to build up schools of nursing and birthing assistance claimed by religious associations and other private foundations in Imo State. “The choice of the House to pass the bill for building up schools of nursing and birthing assistance possessed by religious associations and other private foundations in Imo State was on the grounds that the House had before gone into law, a comparative bill to set up Imo Catholic Schools of Nursing and Midwifery, which offered ascend to different Churches or Christian sections to look for endorsement for government acknowledgment for their schools of nursing and maternity care. Spending impasse: Adebule in shut entryway meeting with administrators “In perspective of the assortment of holy places in this way, the sacred directly of opportunity of religion/venerate, the House chose to make a solitary law that can oblige all other Christian religious foundations for the foundation of their schools of nursing and birthing assistance.”

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