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Cleric rejects chaotic political revolution


Catholic Archbishop of Jos and Co-Adjutor of Abuja Metropolitan See, Most Reverend Ignatius Kaigama, has urged Nigerians to seek moral and character revolution instead of chaotic political revolution being canvassed in certain quarters.

Speaking at the 17th General Assembly of the Catholic Church in Jos with the theme: “Evaluation of the Youth Apostolate,” Kaigama stressed that Nigeria was in dire need of moral revolution that would reposition it for greatness.

He stated that such moral revolution must start from the family, educational institutions and other social circles for proper remodeling of the Nigerian youths.

When I heard some people talking about a ‘revolution’ in Nigeria, I said any such revolution should be first and foremost, a moral and attitudinal revolution not just a call for some chaotic political change.

“Such social and moral revolution should start from the family, the nursery, primary and secondary schools and on to our tertiary institutions,” he said.

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