One major problem in Nigeria as we speak is the killing of Christians in Southern Kaduna by Fulani herdsmen.
Reacting to this, the South East Chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) advised the government on what to do to safeguard the lives and property of everyone in the state.
The South East CAN Chairman, Bishop Goddy Okafor made these comments in a recent submission. In his submission, he said;
“The killings going on in Southern Kaduna are very disturbing. We are one people, and we believe we’re one nation, but for these persistent killings going on in Southern Kaduna to keep occurring without drastic measures to stop it is very disturbing.
These people that are being killed in Kaduna are Nigerians. Governments and security agencies owe it as a duty to protect them.
The protection of lives and property is the responsibility of the government. Every time there are killings, some bandits are blamed. So, we keep asking, these bandits are they really human beings or spirits? If we lose all our good hands when we are sick, who will take care of us? The government should listen to the NMA and keep the best doctors we have with us here.”