The Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) has urged Nigerians to use the lessons of the Easter celebrations and resolve to live together by accepting other peopleâ€™s view points.
In its message to Christians, the Forum said that Nigerians have no alternative to living together and coming to terms with relative pluralism which is the fact of life.
The message signed by the ACF National Publicity secretary, Mr. Anthony Sani, which is coming against the backdrop of the recent ethno-religious crises in Jos, Plateau state read, â€œthe Arewa Consultative Forum wishes to fete with Christians over the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.
â€œThe celebration is very significant because it reminds humanity about victory over sin”.
Ademowo, Okogie urge Nigerians to hope for a better Nigeria
Christian leaders Friday advised Nigerians to have hope in Nigeria and not fear what the future has in store.
The Archbishop of Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Ecclissiatstical Province of Lagos,Â Most Rev. Ephraim Ademowo, gave the charge in his Good Friday message.
In the message made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos yesterday, Ademowo,said because of the resurrection of Christ, â€œwe should not fear what the morrow will be.
â€œThough we do not know the future, we should know thatÂ at the end of the tunnel, there will be hope and joy for Nigerians,â€™â€™ he said.
Ademowo said the celebration of Good Friday, which marks the suffering of Christ on the Cross, lent credence to the existence and Divinity of Jesus Christ.
The cleric urged the Acting President to appoint ministers who are tested professionals with proven integrity to drive the reform programmes of his administration.