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Religion Can’t Divide Nigeria – Lai Mohammed

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Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, on Saturday, November 30th expressed confidence that it would be impossible for anybody to use religion to divide Nigeria.

 

The minister expressed the confidence in Lagos at the Anglican Diocese of Lagos 2019 Centenary Cultural Day and Award Ceremony. The centenary celebration had the theme: ”Stronger, Deeper and Higher”.

According to Mohammed, performances at the event by different ethnic groups in the diocese are indications that the unity of Nigeria is not negotiable. “What I have seen here today has again confirmed my belief in the indivisibility of this country. These performances have shown us how much we are united, as opposed to how much we are divided.

“I want to thank the diocese for making me appreciate the fact the church is playing a very big role in uniting the nation. It is impossible for anybody under the aegis of religion to divide this country”.

He said that the celebration showed how Nigerians loved one another.

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South-East Governors Thank President Buhari

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From the South-East Governors’ Forum:

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Buhari: We’ll Ensure Liberia’s Stability

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President Muhammadu Buhari Wednesday in Abuja said that the stability of Liberia is a key part of his vision for peace, stability and prosperity in the West African sub-region.

Speaking while receiving Ms Mawine Diggs, Special Envoy of President George Weah and Liberia’s Acting Foreign Affairs Minister in the State House, the Nigerian leader said:

“I will continue to do everything possible to ensure the stability of Liberia.”

President Buhari commended the Liberian leader for making efforts to maintain good relations with Nigeria.

The Special Envoy said she brought warms greetings from President Weah and the people of Liberia, and thanked President Buhari for his “generous support” to her country.

Ms Diggs, who said Nigeria’s support and assistance over time had “impacted positively” on Liberia and its people, added that she brought a special message from President Weah to President Buhari following a recent conversation between both leaders.

President Buhari promised to respond positively and promptly to the written message.

Garba Shehu
Senior Special Assistant to the President
(Media & Publicity)
December 4, 2019

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Honourable Akin Alabi move motion on the urgent need to establish more roadside clinics and improve the facilities in the existing ones to curb traffic accident fatalities

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Honourable Akin Alabi representing Egbeda/Ona Ara federal constituency, Oyo State has moved a motion on the urgent need to establish more roadside clinics and improve the facilities in the existing ones to curb traffic accident fatalities.

He stated that

‘While it’s important to prevent accidents by building good roads and ensuring only qualified people drive, we must understand there will always be accidents so we must be ready when they happen. We must have fully functional roadside and mobile clinics. It’s super important.’

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