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Should Nigeria exit international religious bodies?

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Rt. Rev. Philip Adeyemo (Bishop of the Omu-Aran Diocese, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion) We do not want Nigeria to continue being a member of the Organisation of Islamic Countries. State policy should not be used to promote or favour any religion against others. Nigeria is currently part of the OIC; we do not want […]
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