Herdsmen Killings : Anglican Clergy Takes To The Streets of Akure

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The other time the Catholic bishop registered their displeasure on the killings, now their Anglican counterparts have taken the streets of Akure to also register their displeasure on the recent killings going on in the various parts of the country. A killing that has seen many Christian clergies murdered!

Anglican Clergies In Akure Nigeria

Though a lot of conspirational theory of “a group is trying to islamize the country ” while others see this as a scheme to make the government fail but one thing is that a lot of people have started protesting !

One of the protesters who doesn’t want his name in the print said that “We the seminarians (Lecturers and Students)of archbishop Vining College of Theology, Akure.We are out to protest the killing of Christians across the nation.
Something must be done urgently to stop the Islamic agenda in Nigeria that is known to be a secular state.”

The presidency has reassured Nigerians that the government is seriously looking at the killings and would do everything possible to stop it. It has been said that these killings are perpetrated by the group known as Boko Haram and also some of the spent fighters of late Mummer Gaddafi of Libya .

 

Anthony Emeka Nwosu and Ukochukwu Okechukwu

 

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