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Making the Easter Celebration in Nigeria Rewarding – #HappyEaster 2021

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Making the Easter Celebration in Nigeria Rewarding#HappyEaster 2021—On Sunday April 4, 2021, Christians in Nigeria joined their counterparts across the globe to mark/celebrate the great feast of Easter.  Also called Paschal or Resurrection Sunday, the feast of Easter as we know is a Christian festival and holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred on the third day after his burial following his crucifixion by the Romans at Calvary c. 30 AD.

In reality, each time Nigerians celebrate this great feast, it’s not only a tradition but  ritual of the sort that torrents of messages from public office holders in Nigeria, religious, socioeconomic and political leaders’ fly around the country.

Take as instance, President Buhari, in his 2021 Easter  message signed by his Spokesman, Femi Adesina, reminded Nigerians that Easter celebration is an opportunity to renew hope and faith, show love and appreciation to one another and not to despair, no matter the challenges of the period, noting that Nigerians  should not allow the antics of a few mischief mongers to fragment the unity and faith that the vast majority of citizens of this country cherish and believe in.

Indeed, it is important that Nigerians (both Governors and the Governed) adhere strictly to the above admonitions. However, to make this year’s celebration most rewarding for Nigeria and Nigerians, there is, need for all to, within this period, graduate from mere exercise of goodwill messages to reflecting about our nationhood and asking solution oriented questions.

Among other concerns, we must ask; how as a nation, we can truly achieve a people- focused leadership in the country? Accelerate economic, social and cultural development? Make promotion of peace our dreams? And support of our industries and improvement of our energy sector our central objective?

Most importantly, for the sake of clarity, these questions could further be classified into two; one that focuses on entire Nigerians. And the second is majorly public-office holders’ specific, But in all, providing answers to them all is the objective of this piece,

Beginning with concerns that focus on entire Nigerians, we must, as we celebrate this year’s Easter recognize that the future of our nation is full of opportunities as it is fraught with opportunity.  As it is said, “the destiny of the ship is not in the harbor but in sailing the high sea’’ and so shall our collective responsibility be, not to destroy this great nation but join hands to nurture and sustain it . We must wholesomely admit that If we are able to manage the present disunity  and re-order  our tribal loyalty which is currently stronger than our sense of nationhood,  and navigate out of dangers of disintegration, it will once again, announce the arrival of a brand new great nation where peace and love shall reign supreme. But, then, we can never achieve such a feat without admitting that no nation enjoys durable peace without justice and stability without fairness and equity!

To therefore, perfectly achieve this envisaged goal, individuals, communities, tribes/ethnic groups must stop flaunting the qualities that raised you above others.

As succulently warned by the sage, ‘never be so foolish to believe that you are stirring admiration by flaunting the qualities that raised you above others. By making people aware of their inferior positions, you are only stirring unhappy admiration or envy that will gnaw at them until they undermine you in ways that you may not foresee’. It is only the fools who dare the god of envy by flaunting his victory.’

With this highlighted, let’s focus more on the concern that public office holders’ must also do away with.

First among such attitude by the public office holders that urgently needs to be dropped in the spirit of Easter is the barefaced illusion by leaders that they are more nationalistic or patriotic than other citizens. Forgetting that globally, Individuals, groups and communities have a right in decision making, planning and implementation of programs that affect them, They must come to terms that government has a duty to enable people affected by its policies and programmes participate in ways capable of transforming their social, political and economic conditions rather than merely using them as instruments to legitimize predetermined goals and priorities.

Making the Easter Celebration in Nigeria Rewarding - #HappyEaster 2021

Also, within this period of reflection on Christ resurrection/demonstration of love, it is important for the haves (the advantaged, the rich and nation’s politicians) with more political influence than those at the bottom, to drop attitudes like corrupt enrichment, intimidation of the poor and the less privileged.  Such behaviors we must not fail to remember not only   undermine representational equality, a key feature of democracy but promote disunity and fracture the nation’s amalgams.

But irrespective of the above, this call for restructuring is to my mind viewed as a one-sided narrative and which we should handle with care in order not to end up curing the effect without scratching the cause.  The problem that necessitated this agitation is more man-made than natural. The deliberate demonstration of impunity, as well as superiority by one group or region, led to this burning agitation today.

Within this period, our leaders and policymakers must revisit and address the unending call for the nation’s restructuring. Particularly as the factors fueling such call bothers around misrule and very high propensity for corrupt nepotistic practices on the part of our leaders. These leaders in question have allowed themselves to become the primary reality that the people worry about as a result of their nefarious actions and inactions.  What is playing out today in Nigeria is the result of the practical demonstration of the will of man as against the rule of law as practiced in the time past. Leaders without ‘disciplined thoughts and actions’ are the people holding sway on our political fronts and that informs the reason for our not having a  disciplined political and socioeconomic culture as a nation.

Another issue that needs to be addressed in this season of Easter is the public office holders’ mindless policies which daily heats up the polity. In recent past, they (public office holders) have not been able to draw a distinction between politics and leadership. They play politics all the way. In doing so, they use the people to further their own end which is unpleasant, selfish, narrow-minded and petty. Their politics involves intimidating people, getting things done by lying or other dishonored means’. These need to be dropped.

To make this Easter celebration enduring as well as bear the expected fruit, let us be holistic in approach. Let us commence first by restructuring thought-system as a people and through that process, restructure the nation.

This step is important as no matter how beautiful a policy appears, no matter how strong an institution tends to be, we always have deconstructionists who can undermine it. Bearing this in mind, our primary concern should be to work out modalities for instituting a reorientation plan that will erase the unpatriotic tendencies in us as well as usher in a robust nation.  Let us bear in mind also that restructuring a political entity called Nigeria is important but restructuring our mentalities is not just essential but fundamental.

In the same vein, every generation must, out of relative obscurity, discover its mission, fulfill it or betray it. Now that restructuring has graduated from mere rhetorics to become an issue of national concern, your responsibility and mine also graduate double-fold. First, it is time for us to use our intelligence devoid of emotional attachment to ask solution oriented questions in a solution- oriented manner.

Very outstandingly also, the fact is that we should develop a ‘war room’ using our resolve and powers to fight the undemocratic and criminal tendencies in our consciences in order to usher in a truly egalitarian nation we all yearn for. This pivotal step must be taken as failure to achieve this may render our quest for new Nigeria elusive.

Utomi is the Programme Coordinator (Media and Policy), Social and Economic Justice Advocacy (SEJA), Lagos. He could be reached via;j[email protected]/08032725374.

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See Over 100 #EidMubarak And Happy Sallah Messages For Friends, Family—-From all of us at TheGeniusMedia, we wish you Happy Sallah and Welcome you to #EidalFitr2021 with amazing Happy Eid prayers and Happy Sallah Messages.

Below are some Eid messages that can be sent to loved ones on the occasion of this year’s Sallah celebration.

  1. Eid is a day of sharing what we have and caring for others. May you have a wonderful Eid this year!

  2. Eid is the time of year when you should amend your mistakes and forgive others’ mistakes.

  3. May Allah on this day grants you wisdom and kindness!

  4. May the God Almighty show you on the right path and help you in every step of your life. Eid Mubarak!

  5. May this Eid brings you joys unlimited, may all your wishes come true on this holy day, may Allah approve your kind deeds, forgive your disobedience and sins, and ease the suffering of all individuals around the globe. Eid Mubarak blessed by the grace of Allah. Eid Mubarak!

See Over 100 #EidMubarak And #EidAlFitr2021 Messages For Friends, Family

  1. Let this Eid be the occasion of sharing the love and caring for the people who need to be loved and cared. Eid Mubarak to all!

  2. Accept the blessings of Allah with all your heart and forget the sorrows that burden your soul. Enjoy the moments you share with your family. Happy Eid Day!

  3. You can bring a smile on face even when I am feeling sad. A friend like you is a treasure to keep forever. May Allah shower his blessings on you. Eid Mubarak dear!

  4. Eid is a day to cheer and to laugh with all your heart. It’s a day to be grateful to Allah for all of his heavenly blessings on us. Wishing you a happy Eid.

  5. Before we ask for happiness and prosperity, we should ask for mercy. May Allah shower his mercy on us. Eid Mubarak!

  6. May this Eid bring joy and love to your heart and create all the opportunities of success for you! Eid Mubarak.

  7. Eid Mubarak! May Allah fulfill all your dreams and hopes.

  8. May the blessings of Allah be with you and your family forever and always. Eid Mubarak!

  9. May Allah bless your life and fulfill all your wishes and Dua’s. Eid Mubarak.

  10. I hope this Eid brings peace, prosperity, and happiness to everyone’s life. Eid Mubarak!

  11. May Allah open the doors of happiness and prosperity for you. Eid Mubarak to you and your family.

  12. I wish you and your family a very joyful Eid. May Allah accept all your prayers and forgive all your faults. Eid Mubarak!

  13. Eid Mubarak to you and your family! May this Eid brings nothing but joy and peace for all. Have a safe and happy Eid day!

  14. May divine happiness fill our homes and hearts. Wishing you all Eid Mubarak!

  15. May Allah (SWT) shower countless blessings on you because you deserve all of them. Wish you a very joyous eid, my love.

  16. Sending all my love and good wishes to you on this Eid. Happy Eid Mubarak, dear sister/brother.

  17. Before we ask for happiness and prosperity, we should ask for mercy. May Allah shower his mercy on us. Eid al-Fitr Mubarak!

  18. Every day is Eid for me when I’m with you. Sending lots of love to this Eid. Eid Mubarak.

  19. You are the reason why my life is so colorful each day. Let me make this Eid such a colorful one for you! Eid Mubarak my love!

  20. During Eid-el-Kabir, ALLAH replaced Ismail with a ram for Prophet Ibrahim. May HE replace your sorrow with joy, you’re few with abundance. Barka-d-Salah.

  21. Our warmest wishes to you on this solemn festival of Eid. May the blessing of Allah fill your life with peace, joy and good health. Barka Da Sallah!

  22. On Eid-ul-Adha, wishing that Allah accepts your good deeds and sacrifices, alleviates your sufferings, and forgives your transgressions. Happy Sallah!

  23. May Eid-ul-Adha bring you peace, love, warmth and happiness all your ways. Happy Sallah!

  24. Wishing that Allah brings you treasured moments of happiness and joy on the festive occasion. Happy Sallah!

  25. ALHAMDULILLAH, Allah Subhanahu Wata’ala as we celebrate this day May Allah in his infinite Mercy forgive us all our sins and bestowed his sweetest blessing on you and your family. Amen.

  26. May peace, progress, long life and prosperity be your portion and that of your loved ones, as you celebrate this day. Happy Sallah.

  27. Barka de Sallah. May the choicest blessing of Allah fill your life with joy prosperity and may the bluebird of happiness fly over you.

  28. Happy Sallah. Wishing you more fulfilling years ahead! ‘cheers’. I LOVE U.

  29. May the day delight and the moments measure all the special joys for all of you to treasure. May the year ahead be fruitful too, for your home and family and especially for you. Happy Sallah 2021

  30. Eid is a day to cheer and to laugh with all your heart. It’s a day to be grateful to Allah for all of his heavenly blessings on us. Wishing you a happy Eid 2021.

  31. May the blessings of Allah always knock at your door. Eid Mubarak to you and your family.

  32. On this holy festive, wishing you a day filled with lots of laughter and happy moments. Eid Mubarak from my family to yours!

  33. Happy Eid Mubarak! Wishing everyone happy holidays, stay safe and pray to your Almighty.

  34. May Allah place mercy upon all the Muslims all around the world on this happy occasion of Eid! Eid Mubarak to everyone celebrating!

  35. Every Eid with you is like a blessing from Allah. Thanks for being with me there always. Eid Mubarak to the person I love most.

  36. Be grateful to Him for His blessings. Eid Mubarak from my family to yours.

  37. May every moment of this Eid brings you closer to Allah (SWT) and gets you rewarded for your deeds! Eid Mubarak.

  38. Eid Mubarak to all my nearest and dearest ones. May Allah (SWA) shower our lives with happiness, spiritual wisdom and divine guidance.

  39. May this Eid bring joy and love to your heart and create all the opportunities of success for you! Eid Mubarak.

  40. Eid Mubarak to the brother closest to my heart. May the Almighty bless you immensely in all that you do.

  41. It is in my happiest moments that I find myself thinking about you brother. On the joyous occasion of Eid, I wish you and your family endless joy.

  42. May Allah decorate your life with success and brighten your ways with the lights of heaven. You are always on my prayers. Eid Mubarak, brother!

  43. May the grace of Allah fall upon you like raindrops and may all your problems be vanished like a puff of smoke. Always keep faith in Allah. Eid Mubarak.

  44. May Allah bring peace and smoothness in your life. May Allah accept all your prayers and reward you with the best always. Happy Eid UL FITR to the best brother in the world.

  45. Wishing a very happy Eid Mubarak with lots of love and respect from the deepest corner of my heart. I feel lucky to have a sister like you. Eid Mubarak!

  46. A sister like you is a blessing only for the fortunate ones. I want to thank Allah for being so kind to me by giving me a sister like you. Eid Mubarak!

  47. Dear Sister, Eid is so joyous only because I get to spend this day with you! Eid Mubarak! May we be able to spend hundreds of Eids together!

  48. My lovely sister, wishing you a happy and safe Eid Day! May the bond of our sisterhood remains strong forever! You are in my thoughts and prayers!

  49. You are a blissful soul that God gave me as a sister. Thanks for making my life wonderful. Wishing you a very happy Eid Mubarak sister!

  50. Eid Mubarak to the most beautiful angel without whom my childhood would have been so boring and lifeless. Wishing you a joyous Eid UL FITR.

  51. You always took care of me like mom and protected me like dad. Your unconditional love and motherly care made me feel secure all the time. May this Eid bring happiness and good health for you!

  52. I wish you a day full of fun, cheers, and smiles. Don’t forget to thank Allah for everything because he loves you. Happy Eid Mubarak!

  53. Don’t waste your time thinking about tomorrow. Because Allah has a plan for you and he always has the best plan for everyone. Eid Mubarak!

  54. May your life be filled with success and your house with happiness. Eid Mubarak to you and your family. Enjoy the day to the fullest!

  55. Take a break from all the stresses and give some time to your family. May this bring you all the things you need in life. Eid Mubarak!

  56. May this Eid prove to be very special for you and your family. May the Almighty bless you in every area of your personal and work life.

  57. May the love of Almighty Allah be with you forever. May he grant you a long life. Eid Mubarak to the wisest and most amazing boss in the world!

  58. May success and glory be your best friends in life. May you continue to amaze the world with your ideas and philosophies. Eid Mubarak!

  59. As the holiest of all months is about to end, I want you to know that I’m praying for you that you are blessed with good health and happy days. Eid Mubarak!

  60. On this blessed occasion, I pray that the Almighty blesses your life with peace and prosperity. Eid Mubarak Boss!

  61. May this Eid be the beginning of another successful year in your life. Eid Mubarak to you and your lovely family!

  62. Take a break from living in stress and this is Eid so let’s celebrate! You are welcome to join us. Life is so endlessly delicious. Happy Eid Day!

  63. Start living now and stop worrying about tomorrow. Life is too short to spend in tension. Just enjoy every moment of every day. Thinking of you on this Eid Day.

  64. Eid Mubarak! Seize the moment and be happy. Because very little is needed to make a happy life, it’s all within yourself and your way of thinking.

  65. May this Eid brings you joys unlimited, may all your wishes come true on this holy day and may you and your family be blessed by the grace of Allah. Eid ul-Fitr Mubarak!

  66. Let this special occasion of Eid adorn your life with the colors of heaven. I wish a wonderful Eid day for you and your family.

  67. Enjoy like a child and be thankful to Allah for he has bestowed all the Muslims with such a beautiful day. Eid Mubarak to you!

  68. May this beautiful occasion of eid gives you all the reasons to make your life even more beautiful. Wishing you a happy Eid day! Eid Mubarak!

  69. Eid is the time for sharing what we have with others. Have a wonderful Eid.

  70. Eid is a time to amend, forgive and reflect. May Allah grant you wisdom and kindness.

  71. May Allah guide you on the right path and help you whenever you ask for his advice. Eid Mubarak.

  72. May you be guided by your faith in Allah and shine in his divine blessings!

  73. The first and the foremost thing that we should ask from Allah is mercy to make it a purposeful Eid for all of us…. Eid Mubarak

  74. May the goodness and joys of Eid are multiplied millions of times to bring eternal happiness in your life…. Eid Mubarak to you.

  75. May the goodness of Eid ul Fitr is always there to inspire you to live each day of your life with positive hopes….. Eid Mubarak to my friends.

  76. To my dear friend, I wish that Allah is always there to guide you towards a better life, a more prosperous future…. Eid Mubarak to you.

  77. Even the best of the Eid celebrations are incomplete without my family….. Wishing a blessed and Happy Eid to all.

  78. In every shared smile and laughter; In every silent prayer answered; in every opportunity that comes your way – may Allah bless you immensely! Eid Mubarak!

  79. Eid Mubarak to the loveliest family on the earth. May the Almighty Allah keep us safe and healthy in this time of crisis.

  80. I am thankful to Allah because he blesses me with two wonderful days in a year to be with the people I love and care about most in my life!

  81. Dear mom and dad, I feel so lucky to have parents like you to spend the day with. You have been the reason why every Eid day seems like a day I spend in heaven. Eid Mubarak to you!

  82. Eid Mubarak to all of you. You make our home beautiful with your own aura and I hope Allah will always keep us together with happy vibes.

  83. Eid is the perfect occasion for us to rejoice in happiness together and tighten the bond of our family. Eid Mubarak to all of you!

  84. Even if I’m not with you on this Eid day, I want you to know that my heart is always with you to share all the joys and pleasure. Enjoy this Eid to the fullest. Love you all!

  85. Eid Mubarak! May this Holy day guide us all towards the way of light and remove the darkness of our hearts. Have a happy Eid day!

  86. I’m sending the moon tonight to say Eid Mubarak to my lovely family. Hope it can make it to you before I reach home. Advanced Eid Mubarak from me!

  87. Let’s have a day full of love, cheer, good food, happy moment, and lots of dua. Let’s have an Eid day with the most loved ones. A very happy Eid Mubarak, dear family.

  88. As the holy day is approaching, I feel like I can’t wait for more to be reunited with you guys. Love you from the deep of my heart. Eid Mubarak to you all!

  89. Eid is joyous and cheerful because I get to spend it with my lovely family. Happy Eid to my unique family. You guys are the best.

  90. Eid is not just a day to rejoice for me. It’s a day that makes me feel grateful to Allah for blessing my life with so many gifts, including the one I’m wishing Eid Mubarak now!

  91. With you, every Eid is more wonderful than the previous year. Thanks for being with me all these years and making me feel grateful to Allah for you! Eid Mubarak!

  92. You are one of my most passionate dua that Allah has approved. Eid Mubarak my beautiful wife. I love you.

  93. I feel incredibly lucky to have you as a wife. May Allah shower return the care and love to you that you have showered on us all these years. Eid Mubarak love.

  94. This Eid is going to be very special because I have you with me. Eid Mubarak Beautiful. Looking for a very happy day.

  95. May the grace of Allah fall upon you like raindrops and may all your problems be vanished like a puff of smoke. Always keep faith in Allah. Eid Mubarak.

  96. May Allah bring peace and smoothness in your life. May Allah accept all your prayers and reward you with the best always. Happy Eid UL FITR to the best brother in the world.

  97. Your love, cares and honesty makes you the best brother in the world. Every time I look at you, I can’t help feeling grateful to Allah! Eid Mubarak!

  98. As long as I have a brother like you, no sorrow in the world can touch my heart. You are the nicest brother in the world. Eid Mubarak dear brother! God bless you.

  99. Eid Mubarak to the brother closest to my heart. May the Almighty bless you immensely in all that you do.

  100. It is in my happiest moments that I find myself thinking about you brother. On the joyous occasion of Eid, I wish you and your family endless joy.

Please note that the messages contained in this article were not originally written by this author but were edited where necessary.

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JUST IN: Sultan Declares Thursday As #EidAlFitr As Ramadan Fast Continues

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JUST IN: Sultan Declares Thursday As #EidAlFitr As Ramadan Fast Continues—-The Genius Media Nigeria reports that Sultan of Sokoto and President General, Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), His Eminence, Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar has declared Thursday, 13 May 2021 as Eid-El-Fitr day (the first day of Shawwal 1442AH).

The Sultan made this known in a Press Release signed by the Chairman, Sultanate Council Advisory Committee on Religious Affairs, Prof, Sambo Junaidu on Tuesday.

According to the Release, the National Moon Sighting Committee across the country did not send any report to the Sultanate Council Advisory Committee on Religious Affairs to confirm the sighting of the New Moon which means Wednesday, 12 May 2021 is the 30th day of the month of Ramadan 1442AH.

JUST IN: Sultan Declares Thursday As #EidAlFitr As Ramadan Fast Continues

Abubakar, while facilitating with Nigerian Muslims, “wishes them Allah’s guidance and blessings” and urged them to continue to pray for the peace, progress, and development of the country.

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Rights Group Says Wole Soyinka Got It Wrong On TB Joshua’s Trial—-Nigeria’s leading human rights movement, has said that Nobel Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka got it wrong on his calls that famous Pastor Temitope Joshua should be tried by the law court over the collapse of the Synagogue Church of All Nations.

In a statement on Tuesday, the Nigerian Human Rights Community, (NHRC) said the respected Professor should have been armed with the correct information before making the statement calling for the trial of Pastor Temitope Joshua.

“The trial has been on-going. The persecutors and the defense lawyers have been arguing their cases in the law court. As we speak, Pastor Joshua and his Church have not been found guilty by the law court. We do not understand what other trial the learned Professor is talking about” the NHRC said in a statement signed by its officials, Taye Adeleye and Mark Eke Alozie.

Rights Group Says Wole Soyinka Got It Wrong On TB Joshua's Trial----Nigeria’s leading human rights movement, has said that Nobel Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka got it wrong on his calls that famous Pastor Temitope Joshua should be tried by the law court over the collapse of the Synagogue Church of All Nations.

Prof Soyinka had said at a book launch that Joshua should be tried by the law court over the collapse of the building. “We find the position of the Professor Soyinka strange. We wish to remind him that the court in Lagos has been prosecuting this case including using the evidence provided by witnesses”, the NHRC said.

The NHRC established in 2005 is a coalition of 135 civil society spread across the country. NHRC is also member of the Human Rights Network, (HURINET) coordinated by the British Council and the African Civil Rights Network.

According to the group, there are witnesses who said they sighted a flying object few minutes before the collapse of the building. These objects could be a drone, or light helicopter adding that it is left for the court not an individual to investigate and come up with solutions. The officials said given the current state of banditry and violence, those who claimed they sighted a flying object may be correct. Prof Soyinka should be aware that terrorists in Nigeria use drone and this did not start today.

The NHRC said “Pastor Joshua is not above the law. That was why he has been taken to court. What we oppose is what looks like a sectarian plot to draw conclusions even when the legal processes are yet to be concluded. This raises the public fear that Pastor Joshua is a target of some influential individuals based on personal interests. They want to destroy him and all the good work he has been doing especially meeting the needs of the people when relevant authorities have failed.”

The group said Pastor Joshua has made tremendous contributions to promoting the right to life and living by millions of Nigerians and black people all over the world. The NHRC urges Prof Soyinka to visit the Church and the aspect of the Church’s humanitarian services which is the best in Nigeria. The group said all victims of the unfortunate collapsed building were touched by the Church in ways the grieving families will never forget in a country where victims of accidents are left to nurse their wounds.

“He has brought hope to millions of despairing population all over the world. He has brought respect to Nigeria. He has shown that something good can come out of Africa. His worship centre inspires millions of people against violence, gives inspirational speeches in the face of despondency, provides psychological treatment to millions of Nigerians in trauma occasioned by the harsh realities of life in Nigeria. He is one of the greatest phenomenons that have ever come out of Africa. This is apart from the fact that he has provided jobs for millions of people in need.”

The group said millions of people come to Nigeria from Europe, Asia and America for the simple reason of coming to the church .Many foreigners would never think of coming to Nigeria is not for the Church.

NHRC said all these achievements do not make him to be above the law but that they should also be taken into consideration by those bent on destroying his name.

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