President Muhammadu Buhari has reassured the entire northeast of his administration’s commitment to protect lives and property of citizens. This was made through a Presidential delegation sent to Yola to condole with the Christian Association of Nigeria over the recent killing of two clergymen.
The killing of two clergymen in Adamawa state by bandits has become a great concern to the federal government.
Secretary to the Government of Federation who led president Buhari’s delegation to the state on a condolence visit to Christian communities reassured Nigerians that all form of insecurity across the country will soon be over.
He urged Christians in the state not to see killings of the two clergymen as a threat to their faith. He also wants Nigerians not to yield to the antics of purveyors of violence who want to polarize the country along religious lines.
The SGF also appealed for collaborative efforts in tackling the security challenges threatening the country.
Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Adamawa State chapter appreciated president Buhari for identifying with Christians in these trying times.
He assured that the Christian community is ready to team up with their Muslim counterpart to flush out those causing bad blood between them.
Expectations are high in the northeast to see the end of the Boko Haram insurgency that have caused the death of hundreds of innocent people.