The Zero Tolerance for Social Immoralities, Africa has today held her first national stakeholders dialogue.
The national stakeholders dialogue, according the the founder, Amb. Abdulrasak Ibrahim Jeje, is aimed at bringing together concerned stakeholders and community Representatives in an inter-professional forum to design an action plan and discuss the role of stakeholders in attainment of free, fair and credible election.
Speaking during the lecture, Dr. Mahfooz Adedimeji who represented the JAMB registrar, Prof. Isiaq Oloyede advocated peace before, during and after the election.
Also Prof. AbdulRasheed Na’Allah represented by Prof. Ambali ensued every citizen to exercise there voting rights as failure to do that amounts to denial of progress for the country.
The event was chaired by the Commissioner for Police who was represented by the Police Public Relation Officer, Dsp Ajayi Okasanmi.