22 September 2017

Nigeria Shouldn't Experience War Again - Ohanaeze

Sokoto — The President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, John Nwodo, has urged Nigerians to remain partners in progress, stressing that Nigeria should in no circumstance experience war the second time.

The Second Republic Minister added that war generates no good but harm.

Nwodo who spoke in Sokoto when he paid a courtesy call on Governor Aminu Tambuwal, said the visit of the delegation was to deliver the message of all South East Ndigbo, all governors, traditional leaders and spiritual leaders in the zone.

Nwodo said unity and peaceful coexistence should be a responsibility of all citizens, adding, "We must remain partners in progress of our country."

He lauded the Sultan of Sokoto Muhammad Sa'ad Abubakar and Tambuwal for promoting peace and unity among the people.

Speaking, Governor Tambuwal commended the Ohanaeze Ndigbo delegation for the visit and reiterated the commitment of his government towards ensuring peaceful coexistence in the state.

"Sokoto state is always home for all Nigerians," he declared.

The governor stressed the need for sustainable peace and unity as key in tackling challenges.

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