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Nigeria: Ahmadiyya Muslim youth group tasks feds on delivering justice, equity and peace


The group also wants Nigerians to continue to work more on things that unite them, noting that Islam preaches peace and unity of all mankind.

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By TVC News | November 13, 2017

An Islamic group, Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Organisation has appealed to the government to work towards achieving justice, equity and build peace across ethnic, religious and social class in the country.

The group made this known through its National President, Aina Saheed during the special Ride for Peace programme held at Ijebu Ode, Ogun State.

He maintained that Nigeria is blessed with quality human and natural resources and should be properly managed without giving room for corruption.

The group also wants Nigerians to continue to work more on things that unite them, noting that Islam preaches peace and unity of all mankind.


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