Nigerian politicians have been urged to propose policies and programs that will address the challenges of nation particularly Christians.
The president of the Christian Association of Nigeria CAN Reverend Daniel Okoh said this at a two-day presidential dialogue in Abuja.
Okoh during his opening remarks said the two-day interaction aims to come together to view and understand the Nigerian crisis and collectively find a lasting solution to them.
He said Nigeria needs a leader that clearly understands the concerns of Nigerians and Christians and proposes policies and programs to addressing them adding that the conversation is organized by concerned religious communities that desire the best for the country.
The presidential candidate of the Action Alliance Major Hamza Al-Mustapha (rtd) while speaking to newsmen said to address the problems of the country is to create an inclusive government.
Al-Mustapha when Speaking on the challenges of vote buying called for more sensitization and education of the citizens.
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