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Worshippers of traditional Nigerian religions protest exclusion from the National Conference
| February 09, 2014
Worshippers of traditional African religions have protested their exclusion by the Federal Government from the national conference scheduled to begin... (2) Comment



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Adedayo J.V.    Dakar, Senegal    March 09, 2014
It's just unacceptable that this whole part of religion was left out. This says a lot in how our original traditions, culture and values are under-rated by those brain-washed by their former colonial masters. All religions whether Muslim or Christian, contemporaneous or traditional have their questionable aspects So why consider only imported Christian and Muslim religions alone and make no room for any of our genuine indegenous religion!
OMOTAYO, J. A.    Accra, GHANA    February 10, 2014
Correct. "Equal right and justice", sang Bob Marley (late). But I hope the 3 representatives will not come from one tribe. Otherwise, 6 representatives like the other religions should suffice. Finally, I hope that this will not lead in future to request for public holidays to celebrate traditional religions in Nigeria.

At present, the number of such traditional religion may be over 100. If each was to have a day as public holiday, we may not time time to do public work.
God save Nigeria.
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