- Nigerians have been advised on the need to start promoting the good in the country
- This advise was given by Kenneth Idiodi at the 2018 Lagos Zone Conclave
- According to him, Nigeria cannot move forward unless the people start taking responsibility for their failures
Dr. Kenneth Idiodi, the grand administrator and director, Supreme Board of The Rosicrucian Order (AMORC), has called on Nigerians to start taking responsibility for the country’s failures.
Speaking at the 2018 Lagos Zone Conclave, he said the people need to promote the good in Nigeria for the country to move forward, Vanguard reports.
“All adults used to be parents to all children; students fellowship without recourse to tribes. However, today, we do not obey simple traffic rules and killings have become commonplace.
“Until we take responsibilities for these failures and start to promote the good in us, Nigeria cannot move forward,” Idiodi stated.
The theme of the conclave was The Soul’s Immortality and Universal Love. Professor Douglas Anele spoke on “The Unbeliever’s Perspective,” Professor Isaac Alaba, “The African Traditional Perspective,” while Fr. Gabriel Idahosa took “The Rosicrucian Perspective.”
Meanwhile, Nigerians are celebrating 19 years of uninterrupted democratic governance in the country.
In the early hours of Tuesday, May 29, President Muhammadu Buhari made a nationwide broadcast to Nigerians in commemoration of this year’s Democracy Day. In his third Democracy day address to Nigerians, President Buhari listed the achievements of his government and his administration’s plans going forward.
He said his administration came at a time that Nigerians needed change and they will continue to deliver change.
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