Cleric Advocates for Peace Among Nigerians
The presiding Bishop, Victory International Church, Rehoboth Cathedral, Ibadan bishop Taiwo Adelakun has appealed to Nigerians to shun the acts of violence presently being experienced in some parts of the country to allow peace to reign.
Bishop adelakun who made the appeal in an interview with Radio Nigeria said it was unfortunate that the peaceful protest which initially was to demand reformation in the police force and change for a new Nigeria turned violent.
The cleric said for the country to surmount her challenges, it has become necessary for government to embark on sincere reformation in all sectors, be more accountable and reduce the cost of governance that will make politics less attractive.
While advocating for state police for effective policing, Bishop Adelakun called for full investigation into the lekki toll plaza shootings and make culprits face the full wrath of law within short time.
Bishop Adelakun urged journalists to be professional in their reportage to avoid inciting stories.
He reminded people on the seat of power that power belongs to the people and everyone will give account of his stewardship on judgement day.