ABUJA – Most Rev. Joseph Oche-Jacob, the Archbishop of Methodist Cathedral of Unity, Abuja, has urged Nigerians to love and show goodness to one another irrespective of religious beliefs to move the country forward.
He said “we should by nature, exhibit what is called goodness, it is not religious, whether you are a Muslim or Christian or you have no religion at all.
“There is one natural attribute that God has deposited on each one of us to make us relate well, fit well into the society and make the society good.
The archbishop said that in spite of the current security and other challenges facing the nation, Nigeria was moving forward.
“Moving forward is always constant, it is always perpetual but where we are moving to always matters,’’ he said.
He called on political leaders at the various levels to govern according to the rule of law and respect the people’s fundamental rights for the well-being of society.
“She contributed to the growth of this nation but death knows no greatness, it can fall on the down-trodden, the rich and the middle class.
“Dora does not belong to those we can forget easily, she has left a vacuum,’’ he said. (NAN)