The President Vision Africa International and Co-chair Interfaith Dialogue Forum for Peace, Bishop Dr. Sunday Onuoha has called for dialogue and reconciliation between the State actors and non-state actors as the anger in the land rages.
Recall that Nigeria in recent time, has been faced with various security challenges, ranging from banditry, kidnapping, attacks on security formations, among others.
Speaking on Tuesday, the Methodist Bishop, said the anger by non-state actors is responsible for the agitations in the country, stressing that when people are angry, they can go as far as venting their anger on institutions of Government.
The 2013 Global Peace Award Winner, revealed that the solution to the anger in the land is by bringing all aggrieved persons to the table for dialogue, reiterating that it is better to “jaw jaw than to war war”.
Bishop Onuoha, re-emphasised that the anger in the land has reached an alarming rate, insisting that if action is not taken to seek reconciliation, there will be anarchy that will consume all, irrespective of status.
He also advised leaders at all levels, to foster peace in their domains by persuing policies and programmes that will douse the anger and tension in the country, warning that inflammatory statements or hard talks will only worsen the already tensed situation in the country.