A former President of the Human Rights Council of United Nations, Martin Uhomoibhi said Nigeria’s problems are not carnal but spiritual.The one time Permanent Secretary in the Foreign Affairs Ministry spoke as Guest Lecturer at the maiden Convention of the Old Seminarians Association of Nigeria.
The troubles of Nigeria are at the centre of discussions at the first annual convention of the Old Seminarians of Nigeria.
The Association is an Assembly of persons who had their post primary education in any Catholic seminary anywhere in the world. Its aims include working towards national integration and cultural cohesion in Nigeria.
The guest Lecturer speaks to the theme of the Convention: Building Our Fraternity Within A Diversified Nation For Sustainable Peace in Nigeria.
He says the many problems troubling Nigeria will be solved only when the nation produces individuals like Nelson Mandela of South Africa and Paul Kigame of Rwanda.
The Guest speaker insists Nigeria is blessed with abundant human and material resources and charges the Association to play its own part.
For members of the Association, the drive is to work towards the fellowship of love and solidarity irrespective of religious, ethnic or cultural background.
The topic before the panel of discussion is 2023 Elections: Electorate Within A Diversified Nation-
Discussants urged the voters to make good use of their PVCs and bring in true leaders that will salvage the nation.