Tolerance Day; NGO Tasks Nigerians On Tolerance

Murjanatu Abdullahi, Kaduna

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Non governmental organisations, Interfaith Mediation Centre (IMC), Conflicts Mitigation and Management Regional Community (CMMRC) and Community Peace Observers (CPOs) in Kaduna state have called on all residents of Kaduna and Nigerians to tolerate one another irrespective of ethnic and religion differences.


The public relation officer of the Community Peace Observation, CMMRC, Silas Kure explained in a press statement made available to Voice Of Nigeria that irrespective of backgrounds, every Nigerian should tolerate one another.


Preaching the gospel of tolerance

The groups also called on traditional rulers, youth organisations, community leaders, women groups, philanthropist and wealthy individuals in the society to be preaching the gospel of tolerance at work places, homes, and business places.


He prayed to God to take them all to next year world tolerance day safe and sound.


Also, the Co-executive Director, Interfaith Mediation Centre, pastor Marvel Wuye appealed to all relevant stakeholders, religious and traditional rulers to promote peaceful coexistence among their various communities.


According to him, as the 2023 general election approaching,” I am appalling to all religious and traditional rulers, political parties, to embrace peace and Tolerance, by allowing individual to vote for candidates of their choice, so as to ensure fair and Violence free election.”


Wuye then called on all, to tolerate one another, by not allowing election to cause division, despite difference in faith, ethnicity,


He adds that every Nigerian should work together to achieve a better future for all.


Lateefah Ibrahim