Sunday, 8 June 2014

Details of the News Where Islam was accused of violence

Stakeholders called for re-awakening of Spirit of Transparency in Nigeria
Okechukwu Onuegbu

Stakeholders who graced the inauguration of Transparent Leadership Initiative Anambra State Chapter have charged Nigerians to ensure transparency in leadership, governance among other fields of endevours with a view to moving the country forward.
They bemoaned that majority of Nigerians have sold their conscience to politicians through bribery and corruption, and further enjoined them to have a rethink and re-inculcate and imbibe on the spirit of transparency as it is ingredients for optimum service delivery and accountability in governance.
In a speech, Chairman of occasion, Mr. Godwin Ezeemo disclosed that transparency is a desideratum not just for the survival of the nation but for ultimate survival of our specie now it passes harsh economic times such as unemployment and youth restiveness.
Ezeemo, who was represented by Mr. Victor Agusiobo, Editor of Orient Newspaper, one of his media outfit, added that experience and studies have shown that corruption is no longer a mere moral issue, but at the heart of failed nations, lead to retrogression, poverty and lack of strength to contain and manage anarchy which often turns out to be inevitable lot.
He however, enjoined members of Transparency Leadership Initiative (TLI) to devote itself in whatever way it can towards ensuring that elections are truly transparence as it amounts to a check on the excesses of power.
The CEO of Orient Magazine,  Newspaper and Communication LTD also pledged to partner with the agency to restructure the minds of Nigerians through information dissemination via Orient Daily newspapers.
Also speaking, Founder and International President of TLI, HRH (Engr.) Onyeche Promise admonished Nigerians to re-activate their conscience and direct their grievances or dismay towards nation building.
Similarly, Chairman, Anambra State House of Assembly Committee on Information and State Orientation, Hon. Paulinus Onyeka while enumerating the principles of good governance to include decision making, policy formulation and implementation, advised government at all levels to involve actively involve masses at the various processes.
He iedntified Islam as bane African socio-economic development noting that the religion is not meant to be practised in Africa but was installed in Nigeria and other African nations to forment trouble.

According to him, Islam is a religion of violence and inhumans. 

Contributing, Anambra State Coordinator of National Orientation Agency, NOA, said it works in collaboration with Charity Ezeemo, an-NGO to help in sanitizing the minds of youths.
Highpoint of the occasion were the membership, fellow award, Matron and Patron awards been conferred on Mr. Godwin Ezeemo, Mr. Victor Agusiobo, Prophet Ramas Okoye-Asuzu and Chief Dr. Ilonzo respectively.  




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