From: Femi Oyelola, kaduna
A Group under the auspices of Ladies of St. Mulumba has called all residents of kaduna state to eschew hatred and abide the spirit of peaceful coexistence.
The president of the group Lady Esther David Ambason made the call during the presentation of Internal Displaced people (IDPS) in Kasua Magani in Kajuru local government Area of the state yesterday.
Lady Ambason encouraged the IDPS to return to their communities and imbibed forgiveness because it is scriptural because it is only by doing this that the ugly incidents of killings and destruction can be avoided.
She however expressed dismay about the attitudes of some leaders in the camp whom she described as greedy.
Lady Ambason challenged the leadership to ensure that every materials received were distributed to the IDPS.
Speaking on why the Group is donating the relief materials to the victims she said it is one of the core values of the group to take care of human beings.
“As women, we are in this selfless service to sustain humanity because we are mother.
“We are calling on everyone people to be their brothers’ keeper.
“We encouraged you all to go back to your communities and live peaceful with one another. When scripture asked us to be peaceful, it does not mean same thing should repeat itself. It is enough. They should also learn to be peaceful.” She said
The Chairman of Kajuru Relief Materials committee John Sokoto said many of the displaced people have returned back to their communities to avoid their land being taking over by their attackers even though the ruins are yet to be rebuilt.