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District Head urges Nigerians to build bridges of friendship, mutual respect for sustainable peace


Kaduna – Alhaji Jalal Mohammad, District Head of Badiko in Kurmin Mashi area of Kaduna, on Monday, urged Nigerians to build bridges of friendship, mutual respect and tolerance to ensure sustainable development.

In an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kaduna, Mohammad said that this was necessary in order to promote peace and stability, which were the bedrock of development.

“We should not expect development if there is no peace in the country, so we should always bring our people together to help in building the nation.”

He said that apart from uniting for development, Nigerians must also support government to reposition the education sector in order to make it qualitative and responsive to the needs of the country.

The traditional leader said by providing quality education for the youths, most of the issues that result in violence would be addressed.
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Mohammed particularly admonished parents to take the upbringing of their children more seriously, noting that most parents have failed in raising responsible children.

“Parents should regard the provision of education for their children as an obligation; doing so will help in evolving a peaceful and productive society.

“Parents who shirk this responsibility will account for the trust God gave to them in the Hereafter.”

He appealed to the various levels of government to create conducive environment for employment, saying it was critical to peace and development.

“Once the youths are employed, it would reduce social vices in the society and they would be useful to the society”

The district head also admonished the people to be security conscious at all times and report any suspicious movement of people in their communities to relevant security agencies.

Mohammed said that as a traditional ruler, he has taken the issue of security very seriously and has been supporting security agencies in the effective discharge of their duties. (NAN)

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