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Enugu demolitions and the deafening silence of the clergy

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I have often read many people blame the ongoing socioeconomic and political regression in Nigeria on the failure of religion. It sounds logical when one reads them; at least it provides me and those who think like me, a reason why the country has refused to grow. I am one of those who has refused to believe religion has as one of its duties to be the voice of the masses.

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