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Bakare calls for a revolution in Nigeria

04 April 2016, 21:43

Lagos - The Senior Pastor of the Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare on Sunday said Nigeria is in desperate need of an urgent revolution.

Speaking in Lagos during his State of the Nation Address to mark the 27th Anniversary of the establishment of the church, Bakare said the revolution must include a radical transformation of values that should transcend politics and change of government.

He stated that the revolution must impact upon the social, economic and political landscapes of the country.

He said the current issues in the country has brought to the fore again the question of whether Nigeria was appropriately configured to survive current and coming upheavals.

While calling for the drafting of a new constitution, Bakare also advised President Muhammadu Buhari to set up a Presidential Commission for National Reconciliation, Reintegration and Restructuring in order create a new national identity for Nigerians.

Bakare said the presidential commission, which will comprise of a team of highly respected national influencers of high moral standing and unquestionable integrity, and having bridge-building antecedents, should also be mandated to undertake other critical assignment for the country.

- News 24


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