Nigeria is currently in crisis – Tinubu
National Leader of the All-Progressive Congress (APC) Asiva Bola Tinubu called for peace between all ethnic, tribal and religious groups in Nigeria.
Tinubu called on Friday, during the eighth day of Fidau’s prayers for the late Alhaji Latif Jakande, the first civilian governor of Lagos state.
He said that the country is in crisis, but everyone must live in harmony and give the world a chance.
“Nigeria is currently in crisis; crisis of rebellion, banditry in all aspects of security, but Almighty God, who made this country one of the largest and most resourceful countries, will protect us.
“I urge in his memory today not to turn the problems we face now into ethnic, tribal and religious crises.
“If there is a crisis, where should we go? We’ll flood all of West Africa, we won’t have enough space.
“Whoever sees the consequences of war, tribal conflict, religious conflict, he will never want it for Nigeria.
“We pray to God to strengthen our minds, direct our faith, bring peace and bring peace to this earth, may Allah bless us all,” Tinubu said.
He said that the clergy are very critical of the current situation, urging them to pray, devote themselves, fast, all sermons aimed at peace and stability in the country.
According to him, the death of the first civilian governor of Yakande is a loss not only for the family, but also for Lagos as a whole.
Tinubu said that Lagos and Nigeria as a whole were fortunate to have a man like Alhaji Latif Jakanda, drawing on his wealth of knowledge.
“Today it is no longer there, but it exists forever, we pray for the state of Lagos, we pray for Nigeria that it will give us more people, more leaders who will be discreet, honest, who will prioritize peace in the future,” said is he. …
Source: – Vanguard