The task of rebuilding the country is one that must be tackled with all sense of responsibility and diligence. It is now obvious to all that our constitution must be revisited to take care of grey areas that impede on our collective progress as a nation. At this period, more than ever, our leaders must show sincerity and commitment to bridge the gap of sectionalism, ethnicity and religious intolerance that is being fanned across the Niger, to the creeks of the South-South, the Middle Belt and parts of the North.
We have said it severally that this present administration must, as a matter of urgency, revisit some of the recommendations of the last sovereign conference irrespective of the identities of the conveners. There are quite a number of far-reaching recommendations there-in that can help put a lasting halt to the incessant infractions being experienced in all sectors of our national life. We cannot continue to allow politics as it is now being played to keep on dividing our nation and stalling our youths from discovering and fulfilling their God-given talents.
• Most Rev. (Dr.) Alfred Adewale Martins, Archbishop of the Metropolitan See of Lagos.