Ex-president, Olusegun Obasanjo’s statement on “West African Fulanization” has continued to generate mixed reactions.
This time, its from the catholic church, who believe the elder statesman’s comment is a call on the federal government to find a solution to the crisis as no one is safe in the country.
Correspondent Theophilus Elamah reports that ex-president, Olusegun Obasanjo, again caused another stir when he mentioned that the Boko Haram crisis had become an agenda for “West African Fulanization, African Islamisation”.
While it did not go down well with a cross section of the Nigerians, others believe his statement isn’t wrong.
At the 5th Anniversary of Lumen Christi Network and Presentation of Annual Maiden Lecture at Catholic House, in Lagos, the Archbishop, Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja,John Cardinal Onaiyekan, didn’t mince words as to his stance on the looming crisis.
Despite the statement by the elder statesman, the clerics said all hands must be on deck to address the nation’s security challenges.