Lagos - Some lawyers in Lagos have opposed the recommendation of the national conference to start taxing churches and mosques in the country, Vanguard reports.
Human rights lawyer, Bamidele Aturu, advised the delegates to concentrate more on pressing national issues instead of debating on a non-national issue as taxing religion organisations.
Wale Ogunade while corroborating Aturu's claim said that the conference should rather focus more on cases of poverty, unemployment, corruption and national unity bedeviling the country.
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