President Muhammadu Buhari has been charged by the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) to fulfill the various campaign promises he made to the Nigerian people, prior to his election into office.
Engr Daniel Kadzai, the newly elected national president of the youth wing of CAN, gave the charge over the weekend in Jos, Plateau state.
In an interaction with journalists, Kadzai noted that prior to this year’s election, the All Progressives Congress (APC) led administration, had promised to provide good education, health care services, tackle prevailing unemployment and insecurity issues.
The CAN youth president also charged Nigerian politicians and other individuals to desist from inciting youths into violence and other criminal offences for their personal interest.
He said such attitude would not move the country forward, seeing that influencing the youths wrongly indirectly means crippling the nation’s future.
Kadzai urged Nigerian youths to remain obedient to God, law abiding and treasure their moral value for the development of Nigeria.
He urged Christians to be good ambassadors of Christ as stated in the Bible, adding that they must be lights in this world of darkness.
In reaction to the issue of peaceful coexistence between Christian faithful and Muslims, Kadzai assured that, he would bring Christian and Muslim youth together through dialogue.
The new president stressed that dialogue would assist in fostering peace and unity in the nation.
He called on Nigerians to put behind all the grievances that happened in the past.
Kadzai urged the citizens to remain committed to finding permanent peace in Nigeria, adding that without peace no meaningful progress would be actualised.
It would be recalled that President Muhammadu Buhari disassociated himself from two of his campaign documents containing promises on what he plans to do during his first 100 days in office.