ACAON felicitates with Musilims on Ramadan
Board Chairman of the Anti-Corruption Awareness Organization Nigeria (ACAON) Alhaji Prince. Kola Kadewolu Adeyemi, said yesterday that the entire ACAON members has used the Ramadan season to congratulate Nigerians and its residence especially the Moslems faithful for the successful complexion of 30 days fasting and prayer.
He said as an organization fighting to put a stop to corruption in Nigeria in our own little way want to beg the federal Government to give us that enabling ground to always carry out our duty without fear or favour from any aspect of the government.
This is the time our Government really need to rise up and dialogue with Nigerians, we want to say that the citizens are really suffering, he should urgently find solutions to this problems. He has to put in more maturity to handle all this issues
He advised the federal Government should take spiritual, socially and political controls and directs their respective subjects to always do the needful,
“Nigerians should as well be prepared to make sacrifices, pray for the divine directions, wisdoms and enabling environments, we should all be prepared to supports the Government physically with our God given talents for the survivals of our Nation.
“Breaking up should not be regarded as an options as Ramadan teaches us unity, peace and oneness. I pray that Almighty. Allah that has brought the Nation together would sustain the Nation, he said
“I want to urge the Federal Government and his administration to imbibe the lessons of justice and fairness in the distributions of our God giving resources, all should not be shifted obviously to one side,
“The federal government should address the issues of Corruption, Crime and insecurities nationwide without fear or favour. He should as a matter of urgency call for a National Conference of all geo- political Zones with a view to agreed together at a round table, they should engaged fully the services of our Royal Fathers Nationwide who can help in bringing the issue of region crises to an end, because they are the one that are nearer to the people than the government, he concluded.