UI don frowns towards secession, requires ethical rejuvenation

UI don frowns towards secession, requires ethical rejuvenation 2
Front Gate of University of Ibadan (UI), Ibadan.

By Adeola Badru

The Dean, Faculty of Arts, University of Ibadan,  Professor Abdul Hafiz Oladosu, has recognized ethical rejuvenation as important to scale back the act of corruption within the nation.

He made the decision in Ibadan at a stakeholders’ summit organised by Political Awareness Group,  PAG, an Association of Muslim Professionals and Technocrats for Good Governance.

Professor Oladosu, famous that morally upright ones with God-consciousness wouldn’t embark on corrupt actions.

Oladosu, who’s a lecturer within the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, admonished political workplace holders to meet their electioneering with the intention to regain the arrogance of the folks, noting that the present developments within the nation have demoralised many Nigerians.

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In his comment, the previous Governor of Oyo State, Chief Rashidi Ladoja, emphasised the unity of Nigeria, warning towards secession as being clamoured in some quarters.

Ladoja, who was represented by the previous Secretary to Oyo State Government, Barrister Sharafadeen Abiodun Alli, warned towards criminalising an ethnic group, sustaining that each tribe has felony parts.

The former governor posited that true federalism would clear up collection of challenges going through the nation.

The former Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education, and likewise the Chairman on the event, Dr Sulaiman Adediran, enjoined Muslims to develop themselves politically and be advocates of excellent governance.

Earlier, the Chairman, Political Awareness Group, Barrister AbdWaheed Olowonjaye,  famous that the organisation stands for good governance and was able to help those that shared PAG’s agenda.

He defined that resolutions on the summit could be transmitted to applicable quarters and anxious authorities.

Barrister Olowonjaye, decried the decision for secession in some quarters stressing that what ought to be paramount was the necessity to be part of arms with the federal government to search out lasting options to numerous challenges bedeviling the nation.

Vanguard News Nigeria

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