The United Nations Rescue Services (UNRS), has called on Nigerians to embrace peace and unity, explaining that the diversity of faith and the mistake of leaders should not be a reason for division in the country.
The global chairman of the Services, Steve Midalah, who made the appeal while addressing newsmen press briefing in Abuja, called on Nigerians not to be divided along religious and ethnic lines.
Midalah noted that the diversity of faith can be a vehicle for unity when adherents respect the right of every human being to life, liberty and livelihood, as the creation of god.
He also said the UNRS will convey a summit on 1st to 3rd June where stakeholders and all aggrieved Nigerians, as well as groups, will proffer solutions towards promoting unity in the country.
He added that a soccer tournament will be organised in 774 local governments of the country to promote unity.