Ramadan: Don’t allow religious division, Ogun Deputy Governor urges Nigerians

The Deputy Governor of Ogun State Engineer Noimot Salako Oyedele has urged Nigerians not to allow religious division in the country.

Noimot gave the advice while hosting a Ramadan Tafsir for Islamic organizations held at the Deputy Governor’s Lodge, Ibara Abeokuta.

She maintained that it is their responsibility as a leader to make sure the country remains one and doesn't get divided.

According to her " No Religion preaches violence,  is for the good and benefits to humanity, so we should all imbibe, and make sure this doesn't divide us.

"This  country has been a country with about 200 ethnic groups, and two major religion.  For as long as the country being together, it's our responsibility as a leader in this generation to make sure the country remains one and doesn't get divided.  

"Despite our differences and challenges , we have to come together to protect the interest of the country and make sure of its greatness.

"We have a very brilliant lecture and a special prayer from the deputy missioner of Nawardeen, part of the lecture was that women are responsible to bring families together, and take care of the next generation and responsible for good governance."

In his lecture, the Deputy National Missioner Nawarudeen Society of Nigeria Shiek Andul Mojid Ayinla urged parents to bring up their children in a Godly way and ensure that they exposed them to both western and moral education, to be responsible to themselves, their parents and community at large.


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