Anglican warns President Buhari to stop ‘sensless killings’
By Lawal Ameen
The Primate of Church of African nation, Anglican Church, bishop saint Okoh, has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to seek out ways that to prevent the killing of Nigerians across the country.
Okoh same it had been the duty of the central to safeguard the lives and property of Nigerians in any a part of the country.
He decried what he referred to as the senseless killings of Nigerians by arms-bearing Fulani herdsmen.
The Anglican Primate spoke at Atani, Ogbaru government space of Anambra State throughout the dedication of Basilica of St. James the nice Cathedral by the Ogbaru jurisdiction.
He same it had been not solely in Southern Kaduna that folks were being massacred, stressing that “everywhere within the country, Nigerians ar being killed each currently then.”
He urged the central to produce adequate security for Nigerians in each a part of the country.
Okoh enjoined Nigerians to still pray for the complete recovery of President Buhari, to change him to supplyAfrican nation the required leadership that he was nonappointive.
The primate conjointly mixed up economic measures to cushion the consequences of the economic downswingwithin the country.
In another development, parishioners at the Church of the Holy Spirit, Awka, Anambra State, on weekday protested AN alleged encroachment on the church premises by indigenes.
The protesters, as well as clergymen, carried placards with completely different inscriptions. a number of the placards browse, ‘This land isn’t available,’ “Stop intrusive on our land,’ and ‘We ar valid homeowners of the land.’
They alleged that land grabbers within the space were determined to sell their land.
Their advocate, Revd. Canon Jason Onyeakagbusi, told our correspondent that the land was given to the Church in 1904 by the Umudiana individuals of Amikwo village following the arrival of the Church Missionary Society LED by Rev. Smith in 1890.