A Christian corps member, Jeremiah Shimasaan, serving in Gusau, the Zamfara State capital has constructed an ablution point and renovated a three-unit toilet facility in a mosque.
He also installed a suggestion box at the main entrance of the Zamfara State Radio and Television Services administrative block.
The twenty-five-year-old corps member serving at the Zamfara State Radio and Television Services said the idea of the project is to promote religious tolerance among Nigerians.
Shimasaan noted that the decision was moved by his desire to cushion the stressful effects of getting clean drinking water, for toilet use (conveniences), and ablution especially for the Muslim ummah during prayers.
The suggestion box according to him is for collecting and collating suggestions and emails for administrative purposes.
”My decision to have the project in a mosque is to promote religious tolerance, unity, and peaceful co-existence among people of different faiths. If all of us in this country will respect each other’s faith, and love one another unconditionally, we will have the Nigeria of our dream without killing or attacking one another,” he explained.