PFN berates Buhari over killing of Christians

Bishop Sola Ore, Lagos PFN President

Bishop Sola Ore, Lagos PFN President

President Muhammadu Buhari  has been berated over his insensitivity to  killing of Christians and  delay in  bringing killers of innocent Christians in Southern Kaduna to justice.

President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria,(PFN) Lagos State chapter, Bishop Sola Ore on Tuesday in a statement titled, “State of the nation,” said the continuous killing of Christians in the country and happenings in Southern Kaduna under President Muhammadu Buhari was worrisome.

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Ore said, ”We are left with no alternative but to conclude that there is something in the offing not clear to many Nigerians. What is happening in Southern Kaduna presently is worrisome, to say the least. It is sad that the President kept quiet on the killings for so long, only for us to be told that he needed not to comment on all issues. Pray! What is that thing that is more important than human lives?

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”Who has been prosecuted for the killings of innocent lives in Kaduna? If I may ask; who has been sent to jail? As a matter of fact, which of the Boko Haram insurgents has been prosecuted? Is this government saying it does not know the masterminds of the dastardly acts?

”Nigerian Christians have suffered too much. We have been killed; we have been brutalised; we have been denied our basic rights.”
“In recent time, many notable Nigerians have asked for the restructuring of this nation. Many are agitating for the re-negotiation of the entity called Nigeria. We call on the government to listen and engage constructively with the agitators and look at ways of allaying their fears,” he said.

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