The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy has called for a National Dialogue to address the sweltering problems the country is facing from insecurity to run-away ethnicity.
Speaking today during the home-coming ceremony of CORD leader Raila Odinga, the national dialogue was first revealed by CORD co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka and repeated by Mr. Odinga.
This is how Nigerian President defined the ‘national dialogue’ ongoing in Nigeria which he initiated, albeit reluctantly, to forge a united country from a disintegrating war torn nation.
…a national project, a sincere and fundamental undertaking, aimed at realistically examining and genuinely resolving,Â long-standingÂ impediments to our cohesion and harmonious development as a truly united Nation.
Omar El Bashir of Sudan also called for a national dialogue, saying such forums offer ‘a great leap that essentially leads to national loyalty rather than partisan loyalty’.
Already, the Jubilee Alliance through Deputy President William Ruto has indicated the government may not join the dialogue.