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Opinion: Freedom From Hate, By Nuhu Ribadu

I am sure you also realise that your speaking the same language or worshipping together with someone does not necessarily mean that person will be good to you. Quite often, our saviours are persons from different backgrounds from our own.

To blame the other for your challenges is an escapist narrative often promoted by failed leaders who should otherwise be held accountable for those failings. We must resist their ploys and attempts to divide us in furtherance of their parochial agenda. There is nowhere that such divisive campaign led to anything meaningful. It won’t lead us to anywhere good too.

But some individuals have taken careers on Twitter and other social media platforms to promote hate; some have taken that as a tool for political prosperity. We must say NO to them! The government and security agencies owe us a duty to tame those hate-mongers from among us and especially you that are coming behind.

You must be allowed to carry on the good heart and brotherhood you have imbibed from your beautiful innocence and early interactions. You, as the heirs to this country, and drivers of its tomorrow should be totally free from hate. You should resist prophets of hate. You need to be free and liberated from the virus of hate, it is the only guarantee that you will be the future we dream of.

 

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