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The Only way Nigeria Will Not Experience Civil War Again,They must do the needful – Gov Abiodun

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The Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun is sure that Nigeria will neither experience another common conflict nor separation.



Talking on Wednesday while getting the League of Imams and Alfas in the state at his Iperu farm house, the lead representative pronounced that the financial difficulties facing the nation will likewise be in the long run overcomed.

While conceding that the nation was going through a troublesome time inferable from uncertainty and different difficulties, he communicated the confidence that Nigerians would conquer the circumstance eventually.

Lead representative Abiodun approached Nigerians not to surrender, but rather keep on having confidence and confidence in God, saying no issue is too enormous for God to address.



“This nation won’t break into two; nothing will happen to us in this country, we won’t go into common conflict, the solidarity of this nation is non-debatable, God will give us harmony in this country, He will give us rest,” he said.

“I have a mountain-moving confidence in God since He alone can do the unthinkable he said. As an administration we will make an honest effort, if it’s not too much trouble, keep on appealing to God for us.”

Abiodun stressed the requirement for Nigerians to join together and battle their shared adversaries as the variety of the nation remains her solidarity.



He additionally sued for strict resistance among followers of various beliefs, rebuking Nigerians to soak up the excellencies of Prophet Ibrahim who was viewed as the Father of Faith by having total trust and confidence in God.



The lead representative clarified that his organization over the most recent two years has been reasonable for all regardless of strict convictions, adding projects had been executed in every one of the 236 wards of Ogun in accordance with the comprehensive methodology of his organization.

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