By Bukola Hameed
Political Awareness Group, PAG has dissociated itself from agitators of secession and urged them to sheath their swords in the interest of all.
This is contained in a communique issued at the stakeholders summit organised by the group, an Association of Muslim Professionals and Technocrats for Good Governance and signed by its Chairman, Barrister Abdul-Waheed Olowonjaye.
The group noted that instead of call for secession what should be paramount was the need to join hands with the Federal Government to find lasting solutions to various challenges facing the country.
PAG enjoined people to work for the progress of the country stressing that Nigeria should remain one indivisible country and her unity should not be negotiable.
The group maintained that Nigerians should intensify prayers to rescue the country from evil forces who are hell bent in destabilising the country.
PAG believed that Good Governance, Equity and Justice are essential ingredients for Security, Peace and Progress of the country.
The group urged political office holders to see their position as a trust, which would be accounted for, emphasizing that non-fulfilment of campaign promises is a wicked act.
PAG explained that as 2023 general election gathers momentum, the electorate should be wiser so as to differentiate between fake politicians and those who have the interests of the masses at heart.
The group reiterated its determination to use all its resources to support individuals that share its agenda of good governance and are eyeing elective posts from councillorship to the presidency in the next political dispensation.
PAG supported the ongoing process to review the 1999 constitution but would mobilize against any attempt to alienate Shariah laws from the constitution.
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