The study investigates in historical and empirical manner the implication of the Sharia policy for the formation/transformation of the identities of the different ethno-religious groups within the two states ; the ways in which the ethno-religious groups have shaped their own identity in response to the Sharia policy ; the role of state institutions in shaping the cultural order of the multicultural settings ; and the construction of group identities and boundaries.
In doing this, the study asks the following questions : what forms of discord or alliance have emerged over the Sharia policy and what are the implications of these transformations on the dynamics of these states ?
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These are said to symbolize an animal trap, set by the Lisu people, which accidentally ensnared Roi Ngoen, a visiting angel from whom they believe they are descended.How do we evaluate changes in Sharia without losing our distinct identity as Muslims ? Sharia should not only apply to the weak and poor, while we turn a blind eye to the rich and the powerful.How can we create a spiritual policeman or a spiritual judge ?This study examines the relationship between the Sharia law, identity and conflict in Nigeria.This development is studied within the context of Kaduna and Kebbi states.