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Catholic priest and Islamic cleric share tearful heart-warming farewell embrace in Minna

The love between these two men goes beyond the barriers of religion, colour, racial differences, class and cultural limitations!

The Catholic priest, Father O'Connell, who turned 80 years old last week, and served in a Government Secondary School in Minna, Niger State for 50 years and an Islamic cleric were photographed tearfully embracing each other, as the priest prepares to return to Ireland.

Halima Bawa Bwari posted the photos on March 7th and wrote:

"The kind of embrace that is much needed especially in these days of insistent hate & dislike. Father O'Connell, a Catholic Priest, in a tearful farewell embrace with Shaykh Ahmad Lemu, an Islamic Cleric, in Minna. Father O'Connell has served in a Government Secondary School, Minna as a Principal for 50 years. He turned 80 earlier last week or so. He returns to Ireland on retirement. These 2 men have between themselves, educated, positively influenced and molded many Nigerlites, including my father & mother, among other close family & friends. May our lives be that of service & usefulness to others. Amin"

 

 

 

 

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