Interfaith Dialogue Forum Wants Religious Leaders To Promote Family Values

4 December 2020 By Kayode Oyedare

The Interfaith Dialogue for Peace has called on religious leaders to initiate more programs that will promote good parenting and family values towards addressing conflict and other vices in the country.
The Co Project Chairman of the Forum, Alhaji Mohammed Jaleel-Mohammed made the call at the closing of a five day Training on early warning, early response, mediation and Inter Religious dialogue for religious leaders.
Alhaji Jaleel-Mohammed who described religious leaders as key to national peace and development appealed to parents and gurdians to work together towards checking the excesses of youths in the Country.
According to him, Most of the youths perpetrating evil in the Country come from Godly homes.
Also Speaking, a former President of the Women Wing of the Christian Association of Nigeria of the Nineteen Northern States and the FCT, Mrs Leah Olusiji- Solomon stressed the need for parents to be conscious of the activities of thier children.
Mrs Olusiji-Solomon however appealed to women not to allow the present economic situation affect their roles in providing and praying for their children.
Thee hundred religious leaders across the Country that attended the capacity building program are expected to impart the knowledge acquired in other religious leaders at the Community level.
Kayode Oyedare.

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