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Sultan harps on peace, tolerance

The Sultan spoke through Wazirin Katsina, Dr. Sani Abubakar Lugga, at a conference with the theme “Love and Tolerance: Two Dynamics for Personal and Social…

The Sultan spoke through Wazirin Katsina, Dr. Sani Abubakar Lugga, at a conference with the theme “Love and Tolerance: Two Dynamics for Personal and Social Reform” organised by Ufuk Dialogue Foundation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Institute of Peace and Conflict Resolution Conference and Fountain Magazine. A book, “Love and Tolerance,” authored by Fethullah Gulen was also presented at the event.
“There must be love between people and the election process must be conducted in peaceful atmosphere. Politicians who trigger people into conflict do so from the comfort of their houses and hiding themselves,” he said.
The personalities at the conference include Archbishop of Abuja, Cardinal John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan; Secretary General of JNI, Dr. Khalid Abubakar Aliyu; Director of Dialogue Mission of Catholic Secretariat, Father Prof. Cornelius Omonokhua; Metropolitan Archbishop and Primate of Anglican Communion, The Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh; Director General IPCR, Prof. Oshita O. Oshita; Head of Mission, African Union Diaspora African Forum, Ambassador Dr. Erica Bennit; Chief Editor of Fountain Magazine, Hakan Yesilova and Secretary General of Ufuk Dialogue Foundation, and Ercan Ulgur. Participants including academicians, diplomats and media representatives were also in attendance.
The conference resolved that policy makers, intellectuals and civil societies should see personal reform as the step for the social reformation through peace, love and tolerance.

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