NGOs seek Turkish schools owners’ probe over indoctrination allegation

As part of efforts towards addressing the menace of the dreaded Boko-Haram sect, some non-governmental organisations have advised the Federal Government not to sweep under the carpet the allegation of indoctrination of Nigerian children leveled against the owners of the Nigerian Tulip International Colleges, formerly known as Nigerian Turkish International Colleges. At a briefing in Lagos, the leadership of the Human Rights Monitoring Agenda (HURMA) and the Centre for Global Peace Initiative (CGPI) said the schools’ founders’ alleged relationship with the America-based Spiritual Leader of Hizmet Movement, Fetullah Gulen, portends…

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