APC ward women leader urge Nigerians to support government
A women leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ward C in Lagos Alhaja Sekinat Shodunke has urged Nigerians to promote peace and support the government to overcome insecurity challenges.
Shodunke appealed to members of other religions, and tribes living in Lagos State and other Southwest states to maintain peace and promote unity in their places of residence.
She said the Southwest will not condole troublesome visitors from other religions or tribes, who have come to settle in any part of the Southwest States to promote violence and discord.
Shodunke warned people from other tribes that engage in the sale of Alcohol to ensure they don’t indulge in such during this Ramadan period, warning sternly that anyone caught indulging or selling such to their Muslim brothers will be prosecuted.
According to her, Nigeria is a multi-ethnic group, and every group has her custom and traditions which must be respected by everyone and anyone whether the people of that region itself or people of another ethnic group who have chosen nor decided to settle in that region.
She described the activity of anyone trying to perpetuate wrongdoings during and after Ramadan as totally unacceptable, saying the actions of such individuals, will be strongly resisted with equal force of the law.
Shodunke wished the Chief Imam of Lagos State, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, President Muhammed Buhari, Senate President Ahmed Lawal, Speaker of the House of Representative Femi Gbajabiamila, IG of Police Usman Alkali Baba, National leader of the APC Sen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu, a prosperous and united Nigeria.
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