Nyanya Attack: Bishop Urges Politicians To Put Aside Personal Interest To Tackle InsurgencyFeatured, Latest News Wednesday, April 16th, 2014
Agabus Pwanagba, Jos
The Catholic Archbishop of Jos and Chairman Bishops Conference of Nigeria, Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama, has appealed to politicians in the Country to put aside their personal interest and proffer lasting solution to the Boko Haram insurgency bedeviling the North-East and other parts of the country.
Kaigama was reacting to the Nyanya bomb blast, which claimed the lives of scores of people and injuring several people.
He disclosed this during the annual Chrism Mass held at Our Lady of Fatima Cathedral Jos, Plateau State.
The Cleric condemned the Nyanya attack and sympathized with the families of those affected.
He challenged security operatives in the country to come up with proactive measures that will check incessant attacks on innocent citizens.
“I believe that the security agents can and should explore all security strategies possible so as to arrest perpetrators of these acts against innocent Nigerians.
“We must put politics aside and put away our selfish interest.” He stressed.
The Archbishop called on the congregation and all well meaning Nigerians to pray for the peace of the country.
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