Group canvasses peace, unity among Nigerians




Pic.6.A cross-section of pupils of Praxis Catholic E-School performing a cultural dance during a News Conference at the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp, Kuchingoro in Abuja, where the school announced an award of scholarships to 300 children of the IDPs on Monday (31/10/16). 31/10/2016/Otu Albert/BJO/NAN

By Donald Lochir

Abuja

 

Chairperson of a socio-cultural organisation, the Iyihenegba Onohu, Egbura-Koto, in  kuje Area Council,  Mrs. Sa’adatu A. Mahmud, has advocated for unity and oneness of the people as a portent toll for growth and progress.

She said her association’s strength was anchored on unity, love and progress over the years, even in the face of threats and insecurity, noting that that was the basis for the restoration of the dignity of the group.

She urged the members nationwide to be worthy ambassadors and advocates of peace and unity among Nigerians to end tension and fear among the citizens.

Sa’adatu commended members of the association for cooperating with

the executive to attain “robust and far-reaching  achievements,” which promoted the image and of the Egbura Koto women in the Federal Capital Territory, calling on the fellow women to embark on peace crusade and not to relent in their efforts towards nation building.

The Principal of Government Secondary School (GSS),  kuje, and a former National President,  All Nigeria Conference of Principals of

Secondary Schools (ANCOPPS), Hajia Fatima Abdulrahman Salihu, who was the guest speaker at the occasion, said that the socio-cultural group should serve as vehicle for the promotion of national unity, strength and peace among Nigerians.

Abdulrahman spoke at the celebration of the third anniversary of the Iyihenegba Onohu Women Association, entitled “Oneness,” held at the GSS Kuje multi-purpose hall.

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