Leaders have been advised to eschew religious politics and promote the principles of patriotism, peace and unity of the country.
Major General Olu Bajowa (Rtd), who made the appeal on Monday in a statement, said politics of religious was a threat to the peace and unity of the country.
He particularly cautioned Christian leaders against religious politics and urged them to promote values that would guarantee unity and hope for a better future.
He said, “There is no doubt that our beloved country is now in dare need of revival and reawakening in all facets of life.
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“I honestly appeal to all religious leaders, particularly Christian leaders, to spread and promote the principles of peace, the love of Christ, patriotism and tolerance among our people and across the diversities of our great nation to enhance mutual understanding and harmony with a view to minimising conflicts among our people.
“We the people of Nigeria must understand that making conscious efforts to reach common grounds on sensitive issues is the key to nation building. This cannot be achieved without dialogue and negotiations based on mutual respect and the spirit of give and take. This is the only way to break the artificial barriers of religion, politics, language and ethnicity.”
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