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Kolade urges Nigerians to leave legacy for coming generations


Dr. Christopher Kolade

Former Nigeria Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Dr. Christopher Kolade, yesterday, called on Nigerians and leaders, especially those that have just taken the mantle of political leadership, to leave good legacy for coming generations.

Speaking at the launch of a book titled: “Exemplary Christians in the Nigerian Public Square” written by former International Director, Scriptures Union, Mr. Emmanuel Oladipo, Kolade advised leaders and Nigerians to always think twice before doing anything and should distance themselves from things that would not be in the country’s best interest.

In the book, Kolade was noted as one of the exemplary leaders Nigeria is lucky to have in the present generation.


The Chairman of the occasion, the Archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province of Lagos and Bishop of Lagos Mainland, Most Revd Adebayo Akinde said things have turned awkward because of the attitude of many Nigerians, which has made it increasingly difficult to know what is right, yet God’s standard has not changed.

The author of the book, Oladipo said he was prompted to write the book because he discovered that Nigeria is not respected when he travelled around the world.

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