Ex-Nigeria’s First Lady calls for restoration of peace in Korean Peninsula | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News
Former Nigeria’s First Lady, Dame Patience Goodluck Jonathan , on Sunday, called on women to deploy their God-given talents and endowments
Mrs Jonathan spoke at virtual International Leadership Conference tagged: ‘Toward a Peaceful Reunification of the Korean Peninsula, organised by the Universal Peace Federation, monitored by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Yenagoa.xShe also wants world leaders to intensify efforts toward encouraging the leadership of North and South Korea to see the need to embrace peace in the Korean Peninsula.
“I , therefore, call on women organisations to intensify their efforts by deploying our God-given talents on the leadership of North and South Korea to see the need to embrace peace,” Jonathan said.The former Nigeria’s First Lady, noted that: “Women are home builders and constitute majority of caregivers around the world.
x“As critical stakeholders in the peace-building process, we must therefore discharge this role with grace, so that together, we can break new grounds and enthrone the world of our dreams.“Women are natural peace-builders who play key roles in maintaining peace in our society. headtopics.com
“We, the women, brought our skills in conflict management and reconciliation to bear on the peace processes that resolved the long-drawn crises in Liberia and Northern Ireland.x“This natural capacity of women is recognised by both United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 and the United States’ Women, Peace and Security Act of 2017, which give women a crucial role in conflict management.”
She said that peace was critical to achieving sustainable development and therefore called on leaders of North and South Korea to commit to peace in the Korean Peninsula.“We call on leaders of North and South Korea; the United States, China, Russia and Japan to support peace efforts.
x“Peace is the fertile ground upon which we can nurture development and progress and build hope for our citizens.“North and South Korea should set aside their political differences and come together in the interest of global peace and harmony.x“They should remember they once lived together in unity, love and happiness.
“I know that peace in the Korean Peninsula will be a bonus to global development and a boost to world peace.” she said. Read more: The Guardian Nigeria »
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