A non-governmental organisation, UFUK Dialogue has identified certain important factors that must be in place to ensure a responsible, robust and viable society.
According to the Association, peace, tolerance and dialogue remain vital traits that must be promoted at all times by the citizenry, else the society would be prone to various ills.
The president of the BBAN in Nigeria, Mrs Clara Aden, disclosed this over an iftar dinner that was organised for both Muslim and Christian Artists at the weekend. She also encouraged various Art association to work with the NGO in order to continue using art to promote peace and dialogue withing the country and globally .
Mr Paul Ogunlesi also expressed his great satisfaction on role Ufuk DIALOGUE has been playing towards securing a peaceful and enabling environment for all. He encouraged other NGOs to follow suite .
While interacting with the Artists, the director reiterated that UFUK Dialogue is concerned about the greater good of humanity, hence the services it renders.
Other Artists present at the dinner included Mr Sodoue jumbo, Mr Sunday Akpedo , Mr Akintiye John, Ms Ayomide Ogunlesi, Odigie Tabitha and Mr Ajibade adetayo
We share food, time, love and respect with everyone including poor and needy people during Ramadan more than any time of the year. These are to strengthens ties within our families, neighbors, friends and communities as we gather daily for fast-breaking dinners (called Iftars) and community meals to break the fast after sunset
Exchange of pleasantries and interaction from both parties was witnessed and food packages were also shared. It’s a lovely experience said the President of the association.