The controversial activist took to his Twitter page on Thursday to share a photo showing Obi’s presidential campaign image on some praying mats.
Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has condemned a viral photo of Muslim praying mats with the face of Labour Party Presidential candidate, Peter Obi.
He took to his Twitter page to share the photo.
However, Omokri’s worry might be mis-placed as it looks like the photo is a label which can be easily removed.
Taking to his Twitter page, omokri wrote: “This is why I have maintained that Christians should compulsorily study Islamic Religious Knowledge and Muslims should do same with Christian Religious Knowledge. I’ve read the Quran and know that this is wrong. Islam does not tolerate images of humans in mosques or on prayer mats. And these are prayer mats (you can tell by the image of the mosque on the mat). They are intended for use in prayer.
It is seen as idolatry. The Hadiths condemn it. Tinubu trued it in Mecca and the Saudis arrested his campaigners. Even images depicting Allah (SWT), or of prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) are not allowed. How much more an image of a politician. This is sad.
And you cannot even counsel these people. They feel they know more than those counselling them. You talk one, they talk one hundred. Anyway, we are watching”.
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