Peace In Kano Due To Entho-Religious Tolerance – Ganduje

Entho-Religious Tolerance Reason For Peaceful Coexistence In Kano – Ganduje
Governor Ganduje

Kano State governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has attributed the peaceful coexistence in the state to the respect and tolerance towards all tribes and religions of residents.

Ganduje also stated that all other ethnic and religious groups in the country were each other’s brothers, hence the need for them to embrace peace and unity irrespective of their differences for rapid development and peaceful coexistence.

The governor made these remarks at the weekend in Kano at the palace of the Oba (king) of the Yoruba in the state, during a ceremony to celebrate his recent chieftaincy title of Aare Fiwajoye of Ibadanland.

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Ganduje stated that over the years, Kano had had several religious and ethnic crises but with the recent approach of equal treatment to each tribe and religion, the state had no any sign of ethnic or religious conflicts.

He stated that all other tribes residing in the state were considered as indigenes.

“Even when there are security challenges, we make sure that as we protect our mosques, we also protect our churches because we are all human beings and God has made us in diversity. So, we have to thank and appreciate God for that, and also embrace each other to live as brothers and sisters,” he said.