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Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has cautioned political and non secular leaders to cease reckless utterances that might result in warfare.
He gave the warning on Saturday on the 2021 Lagos State Interdenominational Divine Service organised by the Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN) on the Apostolic Church, Ketu.
The governor stated the continuing crises could also be aggravated attributable to incendiary feedback attainable of stoking division and violence.
He stated the nation confronted a troublesome interval within the yr 2020 after the outbreak of COVID-19 and youth restiveness.
Sanwo-Olu suggested spiritual leaders to make use of their pulpits to evangelise peace and discourage warfare.
“We now have all witnessed the challenges of our nation, however we have to be cautious to not flip the noticed crises into ethnic or spiritual warfare”, NAN quoted him as saying.
“We have to guard towards utterances which will stereotype anybody or tribes. We now have an obligation to isolate criminals in our communities somewhat than introducing tribal spin into each crime.
Sanwo-Olu warns leaders towards turning Nigerian crises to warfare

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