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We won't allow Nigeria degenerate into republic of anarchy - Group promises

We won't allow Nigeria degenerate into republic of anarchy - Group promises

- A group of Nigerians in diaspora has promised to work for a better Nigeria

- The group said ethnic partisanship and sycophancy are major banes affecting the country

- It promised to partner with Christians to build an utopian Nigeria

A group of Nigerian Christians under the aegis of Coalition for Godly Change (CGC) has promised to do everything in its disposal to salvage the country from its present woes.

Vanguard reports that the group made the promise on Monday, October 1, while briefing the press after a meeting with Christian groups across the country in Abuja.

Legit.ng gathers that the convener of the meeting, Professor Adeniyi Ojitiku, said Nigeria has witnessed series of setbacks and cannot afford to repeat same mistakes again.

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Ojikutu also highlighted Nigeria's problem, adding that political sycophancy and ethnic partisans have been hindering the nation from moving forward.

He, however, said that Christians in diaspora are ready to partner with their counterparts in Nigeria to facilitate a good and better Nigeria.

He said: “We in the diaspora are now fully resolved that we can no longer stand by on the sideline and watch our dear country continue to wobble, falter and degenerate into a banana republic of anarchy and rudderless mis-leadership.

“To say Nigeria of today is characterized by the highest level ever of insecurity to life, land and property, is an understatement of the obvious.

"There is unprecedented, rampant and gross ethnic partisanship and sycophancy in the distribution of political power, instrument of national security, as well as in the observance of the rule of law. All these must stop!”

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the coordinator, Peace Revival and Reconciliation Foundation (PRRF), Pastor Yohanna Buru, said he was working with 50 imams and pastors to pray for lasting peace and stability in Nigeria.

The cleric said the interfaith prayer was to strengthen peaceful co-existence between Muslims and Christians, and promote inter religious tolerance and understanding.

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