By Abdullahi Alhassan, Kaduna
No fewer than 100 Dialogue Ambasadors were trained on how to mitigate Dialogue in different communities Kaduna North.
Reverend Father Onuh Ladi Speaking while opening a two days training, Cleric from Provincial Secretariat of Church and Societies, Reverend Father Onuh Ladi, said 100 people includes, religious leaders, women groups, and youths leaders drawn across 12 wards of Kaduna North local government area of Kaduna state.
The workshop with a theme “Intercultural/Inter Religious Dialogue Between People of Kaduna North, Kaduna State.
His words:- “We brought together religious leaders as part of the countinuation of the program, this is my own initiative, we bring together 100 people yesterday, 40 women muslims and Christian 40 youth that’s Muslim and Christian, we have brought together 20 religious leaders from both Christians and Muslims group”.
The Reverend Father Ladi who is also the Church and Society Provisional Secretary maintained that “we want to promote Peaceful co-existance, Religious Tolerance, Mutual understanding, Dialogue, among diverse Religious Faith”.
Reverend Ladi further explained that “We are here to discuss inter religious and inter cultural dialogue how people can interact according to their cultural and religious identity as well as to enhance peaceful coexistince.
In his remarks the Senior Special Assistant to Kaduna State Governor, on Peace and Conflict Resolution, Hon. Atiku Sankey said “Dialogue in peace building and conflict resolution is the first second and last resort to finding lasting solutions in areas bedeviled with security challenges.
His words: “as government we are committed to improving the situation between our community, Governor Uba Sani has given us a chance to do all we can at every levels of society to improve the dialogue between our people and recommend to him and so that government can take necessary action.