Let Your words Go with Action – Christian Northern Elders To Buhari

Let Your words Go with Action – Christian Northern Elders To Buhari

The Christian Elders Forum of Northern States (NOSCEF) has pleaded with the President of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari to let his words go with actions and do away with the bias tendencies in his administration in order to build a one Nigeria. Information Guide Nigeria

In a statement at Kaduna presented by NOSCEF Chairman, Engineer Ejoga Oyinehi Inalegwu, said that President Buhari’s efforts to unite the country might be a story if he fails to practice what he teaches Nigerians.

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As reported by DAILY POSTS, in Oyinehi words: “We join the President in appealing for a united, equitable, Nigeria that is fair and just to all, irrespective of religion, tribe, origin, or region. We however add that unity must first begin from the President himself.”

The statement solicited the President to unite Nigeria by bringing people together through appointments not based on a mere relationship with him on religion or any primordial considerations but competent hands, devoid of religious, tribal, and regional divides for the development of the nation. jamb results

The statement further begged Mr. President to start by appointing competent Christians from his home state of Katsina into key government places, emphasising that it would help in promoting unity across religious and tribal lines by appointing not just a section to key sensitive institutions, strategic ministries, and parastatals so that Nigerians can come together, work together in unity and appreciate themselves of their capabilities and competencies that abound across the lines of division and not privileges derivable by their religion or ethnicity. DAILY POSTS reports.

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