Boko Haram Kills More Muslims Than Christians-Says Arewa Head of Strategy
…Says disunity in the North threatens Nigeria
Captain Mohammed Joji, a former Managing Director of the defunct Nigeria Airways and Secretary-General, Airline Operators in Nigeria (AON), is the newly appointed Arewa Consultative Forum’s (ACF) Strategy Committee Chairman. He spoke with Sunday Vanguard at his Kaduna office on why no religious group should be blamed for the security challenges currently faced by the country but recommended that the two major religious groups in the North should unite and provide solution. Excerpts:
What role are you supposed to play as Chairman, ACF’s Strategy Committee?
In ACF, we have sub-committees. Strategy Committee is one of them and I was appointed as the Chairman. What we are charged to do is to see how we can make the North to live together whether you are Christian or Muslim. We are to work it out how we can make other Nigerians to live together in one Nigeria. In Strategy Committee, we are to find out what our problems are and what we can do to solve those problems. It is in our interest that we live together in harmony within ourselves and in the rest of the country.
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