Catholic Archbishop Calls for Peaceful Co-existence Among Nigerians
Adoba Echono, Abuja
The Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, His Grace, Most Reverend Ignatius Kaigama, has expressed optimism that with increased collaboration between the government, religious bodies and other interest groups, the country would surmount its security challenges.
Most Reverend Kaigama expressed this optimism when the Committee for Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, FRCN, Voice of Nigeria, VON and Nigeria Television Authority, NTA, service of nine lessons and Carol visited him in Abuja to solicit the support of the Catholic Archdiocese.
The clergy said he is committed to all peace initiatives in the country, which is geared towards finding lasting solution to the insecurity faced by the country.
The Chairman of the committee and Director, Engineering Services, NTA, Mr. Moses Okpanachi, explained that this year’s carol of nine lessons would serve as opportunity for Christian leaders to come together and seek divine intervention to the challenges in the country.
Mr. Okpanachi, who described the Archbishop as a man of peace, believed that the message of peaceful coexistence would be delivered to Nigerians through the lessons of the Carol scheduled to take place on the 5th December this year.