Friday, January 15, 2021

Anambra 2021:How Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo Will Promote World-class Religious Tolerance- Prince DR. Obi Okechukwu

.....SSM Boss Says Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo Will encourage religion that helps to enhance, Strengthen Anambra Economy.

AWKA-ANAMBRA STATE CAPITAL- A World Distinguished Hospitality guru, and National Board of Trustees BOT Chairman, Soludo Solution Movement SSM, Prince Dr Obi Okechukwu quoted World renowned Sociologist and Philosophers, Max Weber and Karl Marx, affirmed that "there is no doubt that religion influences the development of any Society. It affects the nature of Political, Economic and Cultural Environment of a given Society".

The media learnt this today from the National Board of Trustees (BOT) Chairman, Soludo Solution Movement (SSM), Prince Dr Obi Okechukwu during a media Conference in his office at Awka, Anambra State Capital stated that Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo Will Promote religious tolerance, or carry members of Different faith, religion along if emerge as the Governor of Anambra State come this year 2021.

The World distinguished Culture and Tourism expert defined Religion as an organized collection of beliefs, cultural systems and world views that relate humanity to an order of existence. According to him, Religion is the belief in an ever-living God. That is, in a divine mind and will rulling the universe and holding moral Relatives with mankind.

Prince Dr Obi Okechukwu who mentioned different types of Religion such as Christianity, Islam, Traditional, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Myth, Taosm, Religion of the World, confucianism and etcetera while he stated that Soludo's quest to promote the Development of Religious Sectors towards good faith will enhance best relationship amongst Anambrarians, especially the Religious Leaders, Different denominations, worshippers in Anambra State.

Prince Dr Okechukwu then called on Anambrarians to give their total Support to Ex-CBN Governor to emerge in the primary election slated this year 2021 as the Candidate of All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) to win Anambra Gubernatorial Election while assuring them of Soludo's agenda towards total eradication of poverty, fight against Corruption, Promotion of social transformation, infrastructural development, human capital development and religious cohesion for sustainable development.

He said that Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo's quest to promote religious tolerance will help Anambrarians to strengthen their faith, trust and confidence in God, CHUKWU OKIKE, enhance the economy of Anambra State by shaping individual values, and attitudes, particularly in terms of honesty, work ethics and trust as it affects economic attitudes, activities of individuals, groups and Societies.

In his words: "Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo Will encourage Religion that promotes the Development of Science and Technology. Not Religion that promotes fear, turning People against themselves, or the type that will promote environmental challenges, low GDP, high population growth without Development. The Ex+CBN Governor will promote Religious tolerance that will promote Prosperity, Morality, less depression, charity, high Education performance and attainment, uplift humanity".

"I, Prince Dr. Obi Okechukwu uses this avenue to Commend Chief Willie Obiano, the current Executive Governor of Anambra State for his 
exemplary Administration in the Religious sector of the State. He has no doubt strengthen Religious cohesion, Stability and Development over the years. He is indeed a great Administrator. Soludo will leverage on his achievements".

"Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo's World-class Religious tolerance in Anambra State will promote best Religious Culture and beliefs amongst Anambrarians to be the most respected State in Nigeria in terms of civil liberties promotion. He will ensure that people are not kept in ignorance. Anambrarians will not be afraid of living. People will not live in fear. People will not be living against each other. There will be no room for religious conflict in the state".

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