Oba Lamidi Adeyemi III, the Alaafin of Oyo, urged Nigerians to reject those calling for the nation’s disintegration and work toward its unity.
In Ibadan, he inaugurated 35 classrooms at the Royal Gold Model Group of Schools and laid the foundation for a mosque.
“I don’t think that separating the state is the way out, but we can restructure the country in such a way that we’ll have peace and tranquillity and live in harmony. “There’s need to unite in order to save Nigeria from disintegration,” he said.
In order to move Nigeria forward, he urged Nigerians to reconcile one another and let go of the past.
The proprietor of the school, Taofeek Akewugbagold, was commended by Alaafin for promoting unity among Nigerians.
Akewugbagold urged Muslims not to discriminate against those practicing other religions.
Shelkh Sulaimon Onikijipa, the Almufty of Ilorin, urged Muslims to abide by the teachings of the Holy Quran and stop looking for miracles where none exist.