INTERESTING: Amid Terrorism Sponsor Allegations, Isa Pantami Builds Multi- Million Naira Mosque In Imo [SEE PHOTOS]


Pantami was appointed as the first Minister of Communications and Digital Economy after President Muhammadu Buhari was re- elected and his cabinet reshuffled, with the job being renamed to include ” Digital Economy. ”

Following feedback from security agencies following the revalidation of improperly registered SIM cards in September 2019 and the blocking of those who failed to revalidate their SIMs, Pantami directed the Nigerian Communications Commission to implement the SIM Card registration and usage policy, which aims to ensure that an individual can only have a maximum of three SIM cards, and that new users and existing users are expected to update their details with the Nigerian Communications Commission.

As a result, Boko Haram commander Abubakar Shekau publicly threatened Pantami on February 13, 2020, and attacked the new policy limiting a subscriber’ s permitted number of mobile SIM cards to three. Shekau also reminded Pantami of the fate of Sheikh Ja’ afar Mahmud Adam, a cleric assassinated in his Kano mosque, and urged terrorists across Africa to target him, saying, ” My brothers in Africa, Nigeria or elsewhere, what happened to Jaafar is nothing, take action on Isa Ali Pantami wherever you find him. ”

Isa Pantami Built Mosque In Imo, See The Photos Below;


Sheikh Isa Ali Pantami, the Honourable Minister of Communication, has completed a multi- million naira mosque at the Federal University of Technology in Owerri, Imo State.

Sheikh Isa Ali Pantami, according to sources, also receives a professional certificate from University officials after successfully completing the building.


Sheikh Isa Ali Pantami, the Minister of Communication, has accomplished a remarkable feat.

Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, better known as Sheikh Pantami, is a Nigerian Islamic cleric who presently serves as the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy.


He was the Director General of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) of Nigeria from 26th of September 2016 to 20th of August 2019 when he was nominated as minister.

I Support Terrorist Groups Like Taliban, Al- Qaeda, Not Boko Haram— Minister Pantami


Isa Pantami, Nigeria’ s Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, has declared sympathy for global terrorist groups such as the Taliban and Al- Qaeda.

Pantami declared in one of his venomous sermons in the 2000s, ” This jihad is a requirement for every single believer, especially in Nigeria. ” ” Oh God, grant the Taliban and al- Qaeda victory (Allahumma’ nur libn wa- tanm al Q’ ida). ”

Pantami’ s call to Jihad and unwavering support for deadly organisations paint him as a devout follower of Islam.


President Muhammadu Buhari, on the other hand, named Pantami as the country’ s communications minister, in charge of the country’ s huge data and telephone infrastructure, as well as other sensitive national intelligence secrets.

When asked about his support for terrorist groups by Peoples Gazette on Wednesday, the minister remained silent.

Pantami vowed to sue several media outlets on Monday after it was revealed that he is on the US terror registry for aiding Boko Haram.

On Twitter, the minister stated that his lectures ” against the ideologies and all other bad persons (terrorists) have been available for over 15 years, including arguments that have put my life in jeopardy against numerous criminals in Nigeria. ”

However, as revealed in a 2019 academic essay titled ‘ Debating Boko Haram, ‘ he refused to accept that he is an open admirer of the Taliban and Al- Qaeda.

Pantami urged Muslims, particularly ” Ahlus Sunna” (Salafis), to be skeptical of politicians and religious leaders who call for peace and cooperation but then respond with Jihad.

He said, ” This jihad is a necessity for every single believer, especially in Nigeria (hdh jihd far ‘ ayn ‘ ala kull Muslim wa- khuan f Njriy). ” Professor Andrea Brigaglia, an African expert at Naples University in Italy, interpreted Pantami’ s remarks.

Nigerian scholar, Musa Ibrahim of the University of Florida in the United States, contributed to the paper that explored the onset of Boko Haram in Nigeria.

I Made Wrong Comment As A Kid- Pantami Apologies Over Terrorist Statement


Ali Isa Pantami, the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, has apologized for his previous inflammatory comments about Al Qaeda and the Taliban, claiming that he now has a better grasp of the issues.

Even as he claimed that his attacks by a part of the media were politically motivated, he did so. Pantami’ s resignation has been called for by social media users and some pundits in response to his comments.

However, at his daily Ramadan sermon at Abuja’ s Al- Noor Mosque on Saturday, the minister claimed he now understands the gravity of some of his previous remarks.

” I’ ve been traveling across the country for 15 years, educating people about the dangers of terrorism. To preach against terrorism, I traveled to Katsina, Gombe, Borno, Kano, and Difa in the Niger Republic.

” In many locations, I have engaged folks with Boko Haram ideologies. In Hausa, English, and Arabic, I’ ve been composing booklets.

” I’ ve been able to reintroduce a number of young people who had strayed from the proper road.

” Some of the comments I made a few years ago that are now causing controversy were based on my knowledge of religious matters at the time, and I have revised some previous stances based on fresh evidence and maturity. ” ” . .

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