4 December 2012

Nigeria: Group Seeks Muslims, Christians Cooperation Against Insecurity

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Insecurity in Nigeria Unrelenting

Lagos — The Muslims Public Affairs Centre (MPAC) has called for increased co-operation and alliance between Muslims and Christians in the country to tackle the insecurity situation.

Executive chairman of MPAC Nigeria, Disu Kamor, in his opening remarks at the 2012 edition of the MPAC convention in Lagos at the weekend said there is a need for a common agenda on change and peaceful co-existence. He stressed that cooperation and alliance between people of the two major religions in the country must be based on sincere quest for justice and peace.

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