We accommodate all, we don’t discriminate. All the wealth in the world cannot be compared with the happiness of living together happily united. When there’s love enough you can stand anything. When there isn’t, you can stand nothing. Living together every day you find out a lot you didn’t know, and love can’t keep still. It’s got to grow or die. I believe that all people living together in unity is one of the most important messages we can teach our children. Civilization is the art of living together with people not entirely like oneself. We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools.
My friend, Mohammed is a a Cow seller in Onicha Ugbo. He has lived in my father’s house peacefully for the past 3 decades.
I live in Yoruba land and the people love me.
Mohammed speaks Aniocha fluently and he calls me on phone to check on me.
I was 11years old when Mohammed came to my town and settled in my father’s house. I am over 40years old and Mohammed is still living in our house with his wives and children. Not all Fulanis are bad people, Not all Yorubas are bad people and Not all Igbos are bad people.
Let’s live and let live.
Odita S. U.