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Kaduna Assembly passes bill banning open religious preaching


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Reading the article, it doesn't seem this would affect our brothers. Apparently it's common in the area that preachers get on a bus and being "preaching" to the passengers with a loudspeaker. Or they stop at a populated place and play their religious messages at high volume. How annoying! This also creates conflicts between "Christians" and Muslims. This is what that law wants to avoid.

 

Our having Bible discussion from house to house or quietly exhibiting our carts doesn't seem the target of that prohibition.

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3 hours ago, pnutts said:

Good thing we don't use sound cars anymore. World has changed from when they were accepted.

Oh, you haven't been to your RC yet?

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CAUTION: The comments above may contain personal opinion, speculation, inaccurate information, sarcasm, wit, satire or humor, let the reader use discernment...:D

 

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