CAN asks Federal Government to Address Boko Haram Issues

Channels Television  
Updated March 7, 2012

The Christian Association of Nigeria has expressed concern over what it describes as the lack of security for Nigerians and their property saying the frightening dimension of the activities of the sect, boko haram has become worrisome.

President of the Association, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor who addressed journalists in Abuja at the National Christian Centre on the state of the nation where he montioned that the activities of the sect is making it difficult for Christians in Nigeria to freely practice their religion where ever they reside as he warned the Federal Government, political leaders in the country and the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs on the consequences of the sect’s latest threat.

He further asked the Federal Government to stop foot dragging and go into action for once as it’s been said over and over that action will be taken, yet nothing has been done which brings to fore the perception that the sect is being pampered.

Many Nigerians are still mourning their loved ones who were victims of the senseless killings of boko haram.

The Can President encouraged the Federal Government and the Muslim community that the time for action is now to stop the barbaric killing so as the Nation can remain in unity.