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Christians, Muslims Hold Interfaith Debate at Abuja National Mosque

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Dignitaries at the inter-faith debate at the Abuja National Mosque (January 25, 2017)
Christians, Muslims Hold Interfaith Debate at Abuja National Mosque

An interfaith debate between Christians and Muslims was on Thursday, January 25th, held at the Abuja National Mosque.

The dialogue titled, Which Way to Salvation, was organized by the Love a Muslim Ministry and Igbo Muslims Community Federation.

Speaking at the event, the Christian speaker, Evang. Isang, noted that dialogues served as a veritable tool to enhance peace, mutual understanding and co-existence in every pluralistic society. According to him, it is expedient for the government to encourage such events.

A Muslim leader, Alhaji Jomo, also noted that such dialogues has been going on peacefully between Christians and Muslims in Nigeria for over a decade, which shows that it is possible for the two parties to live together in-spite of their disagreements.

The dialogue which lasted for over two hours was attended by hundreds of Muslims and Christians.

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