Students told to embrace diversity


By Caleb Ijioma

In commemoration of this year’s International Day for Tolerance, some students of the University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) and other youths in Borno State met penultimate Saturday to discuss the essence of religious cooperation in the Northeast region.

Facilitated by the Global African Christians for Liberty Initiative (GACLI), a non-governmental organisation, the youth were taken through series of impactful sessions on the need to respect divergent religious beliefs in Nigeria and be made a blessing rather than a curse.

At the event, it was agreed that the protection of varying worshippers could foster a free society and prosperity in spite of the population diversity.

Religious tolerance, according to Habu Tijjani Kale, the Coordinator of Borno Social Media Frontiers,…



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