Nigerian Pastors Protest Against Killings


Following the continue attacks, killings and kidnaping in various Nigerian communities especially in North Western State of Kaduna, Pastors have taken to the streets in protest.


The clergy men are worried that unabated attacks and killings of innocent citizens are still going on despite promises from government. 


Last night, people in communities in Kaduna South, Chikun, Kajuru local government and other communion could not sleep because of an alert of planned attacks by terrorists. 


But the Pastors who teamed up under the Interfaith Alliance, protested on Thursday around the Lagos roundabout in Kaduna metropolitan area.


They called on the federal government to go after the terrorists attacking their communities.


Elanza News reports that government of Kaduna State has been chunning out humongous figures of attacks and casualty figure of people killed without serious measures to end the carnage. 


This prompted the visioneer of the Throne Room Trust Ministry Kafanchan, Apostle Emmanuel Nuhu Kure, to causion the state against issuing such security update adding that the people find it offensive. 


The convener of the Interfaith Alliance, Rev Emmanuel Adebayo, said terrorists are attacking Kaduna communities on a daily basis adding that the people are facing serious psychological trouma.


He called on government to rise to it’s responsibility by addressing the challenge and helping the victims.


“The essence of our gathering today is to put together what we refer to as ‘Kaduna prays’, a prayer work against insecurity. I am sure everybody knows that Kaduna is one of the states plagued by incidences of banditry and terrorism and various forms of criminality and of late, it has been on the increase.

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“We believe that the government is doing their best but their best was not good enough. That’s why we have come out to seek divine intervention concerning the issue of peace and security in Kaduna state and Nigeria at large,” he said.


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