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Anglican Church Primate, Ndukuba, sad at the “pogrom against Christians in Southern Kaduna”

The Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), the Most Revd Henry Ndukuba is not happy with the merciless killings going on in Southern part of Kaduna State “which is widely believed to be genocide targeted against the christian faithful.”

He said “There are Christian family communities that are being displaced, the pictures that are coming to us are not good, we are speaking but it seems as if, it’s falling on deaf ears.”

Primate Ndukuba speaking in an interview said “I don’t know what these poor women and children in rural communities have done to warrant such being melted out on them and people are carrying guns about and nobody is being arrested.”

Newspot Online quoted the man of God as calling on the government to invest in the security of her citizens, especially those living in rural communities in the Northern part of Nigeria

Primate Ndukuba believes that securing lives of Nigeria should be paramount to the government thereby suggesting fencing of the Nigerian borders

He declared :“There are Christian family communities that are being displaced, the pictures that are coming to us are not good, we are speaking but it seems as if, it’s falling on deaf ears.

“I don’t know what these poor women and children in rural communities have done to warrant such being melted out on them and people are carrying guns about and nobody is being arrested.

“I believe if it will take fencing our borders, it will be a worthy investment for the security of this nation. And with what is happening nobody is safe, and I pray that God will intervene.”

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