TUC tasks Nigerians on communal co-existence
It argued that if the country’s narrative must change, politicians, traditional rulers, youths, religious leaders and others should play a major role, as no religion preaches hatred, killings, violence, and embezzlement, among other vices.
In a statement to felicitate with Muslims on Eid-el-Kabir, noted that Nigeria, being a nation of very religious people, now allows religion to cause crises that claimed several thousands of lives.
President of TUC, Quadri Olaleye and General Secretary, Musa-Lawal Ozigi, stressed that the attitude portrays Nigerians as unserious and hypocritical people before the international community.
“This is not the best of times for us as a country, spiritual exercises are central to reconnect us to our creator,” they stressed.
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