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  • Be firm against hate speech, ACF tells federal government
  • The Arewa Consultative Forum has called on the
    federal government to be firm and assert it’s
    authority against those who have continued to
    make hate speeches in the country.
    In a statement marking this year’s Eid
    celebration marking the end of fasting by
    Muslims across the world, the forum called on
    Nigerians to embrace peace and continue to
    pray for the peace affinity of the country.
    The statement which was signed by Mohammed
    Ibrahim Biu, the publicity secretary of the Forum
    also called on Nigerians to continue to pray for
    the quick recovery of president Muhammad
    Buhari who has been in a London hospital for
    over fifty days.
    Part of the statement reads: “In the spirit of the
    season, ACF calls on Nigerians to embrace
    peaceful dialogue as the most civilized means to
    address grievances, rather than engage in hate
    speeches of threats and intimidation, that have
    unfortunately been trying to polarize us along
    tribal, regional and religious divides.
    The ACF also wants to use this opportunity to
    commend the Federal Government for its
    proactive approach which douse the tension
    created by the Biafra agitators and the
    subsequent quit notice issued by the Northern
    Youth groups. The consultations held with the
    various groups leaders and other stakeholders
    from the North and South East for the purpose of
    promoting unity and peaceful coexistence was
    appropriate and timely.
    “Unfortunately, ACF has observed with concern
    that the hate messages from the agitators have
    continued unabated. ACF therefore, urges
    Federal Government to be firm and assert its
    authority, and ensure that the law takes its full
    course on those who considers themselves
    above the law” the statement concluded.

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