Primate of All Nigeria Anglican Communion, Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, has charged President Muhammadu Buhari to wake up to his responsibilities by investigating and prosecuting the culprits involved in barbaric attacks of Christian communities in Southern Kaduna State.
This, Okoh said over the weekend during 27th anniversary of the Abuja Diocese of the Anglican Communion in Abuja.
He described the incessant killings of Christians across the country, particularly in Southern Kaduna, as unacceptable, adding that “we cannot continue to have these incidences repeat themselves over and over again.”
“The government is responsible for the protection of the people. That is the essence of governance. So, I call on the leadership of the country to bear in mind that protecting the people from external and internal aggressors is the reason people voted for them. So they should rise to that mandate and protect the people,” he said.