The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari and his administration to listen to the recent warning of the former President Olusegun Obasanjo about West African Fulanisation and African Islamisation agenda.
Naija News understands that the President of the Christian body, Rev. Dr. Samson Ayokunle made this known in a statement issued on Saturday and obtained by this Online News platform.
Ayokunle said Obasanjo sacrificed a lot to make Nigeria one and great, and therefore, deserved respect especially as a former president of the great nation.
“The truth is evident for those who care to see the danger of Obasanjo’s warning, except those who are either part of the agenda or are just being mischievous. The likes of Obasanjo are treated as honourable statesmen and institutions in developed nations. But here, we abuse former leaders and pour venom on them, whenever their thoughts are critical of government’s actions or policies. This is not only unfortunate, but exposes us as a people that have lost moral values,” the CAN president said in a statement issued on Saturday.
“When the perceived genocide started in Southern Kaduna, how many suspected herdsmen involved in the barbaric attacks were arrested? How many of them have been detained and prosecuted? How many guns have been recovered from them?
“Instead, in Adamawa State, five Christian young men were arrested, tried and sentenced to death for allegedly killing a herd boy. While we are totally against killing of any human being, we question the promptness with which the suspects were arrested by the Police. Why can’t they use the same expertise to arrest rampaging herdsmen? While guns owned illegally by herdsmen were not recovered from them, government instead directed that those who are licensed to hold guns should submit them…
“If government is not aware or is not interested in the Fulanisation agenda, the way and manner it has been handling the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association, advocating for them in various ways in order for criminal members of the Association to be excused from blame puts a question mark on government’s sincerity in bringing criminals to book. You can’t be treating criminals with kid gloves and expect them to change…”