The Executive Chairman of Oto-Awori LCDA, Prince Musibau Adekunle Asafa has accentuated his position.
On the need for peaceful coexistence and unity among the different religious entities in the country.
In his statement as represented by the Supervisor for Agriculture and Social Services, Hon Mumuni Olabisi.
He made this assertion during the inter-denominational prayer meeting organized by Nigeria Inter-religious Council of Oto-Awori LCDA.
“The fact that messages from different prophets from the two main religions have a way of dealing with situations and conditions of things.
That does not mean we should be at loggerheads with one another but with love and unity as exemplified by the two most important figures”, he said.
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According to him, it is commendable to say that the two main religions have done well in their bid to preach tolerance and indivisibility among all men irrespective of their different ways of worship.
In his own words during a short sermon, Alhaji Taofeek, the Chief Imam of Oto-Awori kingdom, there can never be any religious disharmony if all religions seek peace and oppose violence.
“Islam means peace acquired by submitting our will to God, if a man likes to have peace of mind then he must also construct defenses of peace in his mind”, he said.
In Bishop Micheal Oludare Olorunponmi’s position, living together in the service of one God requires an indivisibility approach, it is a standard that must be put forward in every aspect of our lives.
” If we must attain peaceful coexistence, one can not because he is a Christian or a Muslim kill one another”, he submitted.
In their prayer offerings, the group prayed for the country, the State, the Local Council, and most especially the Governor, Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu.