Women inter-faith Council harps on security in Nigeria at Kaduna peace rally
The Catholic Archbishop of Kaduna Diocese, Matthew Ndagoso, says the much-desired peace and security in the country cannot be treated with kids gloves, if the country is to achieve stability.
The Catholic Archbishop said this, during the peace rally of the Women Inter-faith Council, in Kaduna.
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He said, promoting peace in Nigeria, will help to ameliorate the plights of women and children, who suffer the most during conflicts.
The Clergy said Nigeria’s development will be hampered if insecurity continues to thrive.
The Women Inter-faith Council, also took their rally to the secretariats of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Jama’atul Nasir Islam, JNI, and the Kaduna State House of Assembly, calling for an end to banditry and kidnapping.
The Women said, their effort is to seek solutions, that will enhance peace and security, in Kaduna State.
Edited by Tunde Orebiyi
This post was written by Sam Olusegun and was first published at ait.live