Ondo State PDP governorship hopeful, Otunba Bamidele Akingboye has admonished Nigerians across ethnic and religious beliefs to be tolerant of one another, to foster the peace, unity and survival of Nigeria.
Akingboye, touched by the ugly situations being experienced by Nigerian citizens and advises government both at the federal, state and local levels to live up to their duties by demonstrating true leadership.
He noted that the Holy month of Ramadan should provide ample period for positive attitude from those in position of authority to underline the lessons of sacrifice and brotherly love.
Akingboye posited that only God is capable of putting an end to Nigeria’s multiple challenges which have deprived many of comfortable lives.
Furthermore, he maintained that the last 30 days of fasting and prayer will be meaningful in our lives as a nation if we allow the solemnity of the period last influence our thoughts and actions in relating with one another.
He urges Nigerian leaders to absorb the lessons of Ramadan in order to reflect in their conduct, leadership style and decisions.
While admonishing Muslims to love and respect one another, Otunba Akingboye calls on Nigerians of different faith to harmonize interest for the sake of the country.
He wishes all Muslims especially in Ondo State an hitch-free Eid-el-Fitr celebration and urges them to remember the needy in course of their merriment.