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Ahead of the March 11 elections, Governor Sully is suing peacefully in Nasarawa

The governor of Nasarawa state, Abdullah Soli, called for maintaining peaceful coexistence among the diverse religious groups in the state, while urging the people of the state to guard against anything that could lead to religious intolerance.

Condemning the provocative and inflammatory videos circulating on social media, the Suleiman state governor warned those who seek to use religion to create division ahead of the March 11 elections for the House of Governors and the House of Representatives.

The governor issued the warning during a meeting with leaders of Jamaat Nasr al-Islam and the Nigerian Christian Association at the government headquarters on Saturday, saying that it harms the peace, unity and development of the state and the country. .

The governor explained that the state of Nasarawa cannot bear a religious war due to its heterogeneous composition as members of the same family belong to different religions, stressing that the state has always been viewed as peaceful.

According to him: “The essence of the meeting, in fact, is due to a very unfortunate situation that has begun to unfold in our state.”

He urged religious leaders to mediate by using their positions to warn their followers against using inflammatory speech for political gain and to work together for the development of the state.

Ahead of the March 11 elections, Governor Sully is suing peacefully in Nasarawa

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