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Dialogue with Nnamdi Kanu, CAN President advises FG

by on September 18, 2017
 

The President of Christian Association of Nigeria Rev. Samson Ayokunle, has advised the Federal Government to invite the agitators for talks with a view to finding a lasting solution to the crisis.

He said, ‘’The best way to win is to have a dialogue table whereby the Federal Government should hold on to the superior argument. That is what can move us forward.”

Ayokunle, who is also the President, Nigeria Baptist Conference, said violent agitations would further compound the problems facing Nigeria.

The cleric spoke at the inauguration of the new gate of the Bowen University, Iwo in Osun State, and inauguration of a radio station on the campus, 101.9 FM.

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Ayokunle therefore urged IPOB and other groups to embrace dialogue, saying that was the only way their grievances could be made known legitimately.

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  • September 18, 2017 at 7:11 am

    Hey mister man don’t talk nonsense here. When Boko Haram started carried their activities in the Northeast and Muslims are killed did CAN call FG for dialogue? Where were you when these terrorists (kanu and cohort) are terrorising the nation. Although we know their are your boys because you are the one masterminding all this in the sense that it’s a Muslim ruling Nigeria, all your evil plan shall turn to you.

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  • Ken
    September 18, 2017 at 7:28 am

    Haruna,if u dont knw,there is a difference between boko haram and ipob. Boko haram own state of the art military arsenal and does not respect both real muslims and christains,they have taken almost 20,000 nigerian lifes and has pledged allegiance to ISIS. Wht does ipob own,nothing except mouth and radio and who is there foriegn masters-Nobody! Pls wake up,is ipob not there bfor Buhari? Why are u policising it? I personally love Buhari but he should not be in haste to deploy soldiers who for now lack the professionalism to respect their rules of engagement and global best practice to face internal unarmed strife.

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