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CAN describes Owo church killing as immoral, barbaric

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By ALABA-OLUSOLA OKE

AKURE- The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has described the killing of worshippers at St. Francis Catholic Church, Owo, Ondo Instruct, on Sunday as barbaric and immoral.

Rev. Anselm Ologunwa, the Chairman of CAN within the remark, in a press open on Sunday in Akure, condemned the assault.

“The killing of some innocent souls within the determine of whichever guise is absolutely the top illegal activity everyone can enjoy to come up and condemn in our society.

“How can some other folks perfect-making an strive wake up from no where and resolve to abolish their fellow men unjustly with out any recourse to the judgement of God,” he acknowledged.

Ologunwa known as on the govt. to manage with the safety challenges confronting the nation.

In step with him, “no where is safe in Nigeria with the hot kidnapping of Prelate of the Methodist Church and two others on the road, the put collectively assault and on the air and now would possibly be in some unspecified time in the future of the church of God.”

The CAN Chairman noteworthy that the day used to be the feast of the Pentecost Sunday within the history of the Catholic Church, assuring  the opposite folks that the Holy Spirit of God would certainly wrestle for of us who had been killed within the incident.

Ologunwa known as on the remark govt and security companies to as a topic of urgency high-tail after the perpetrators of the henious act and produce them to justice.

The chairman condoled with families of the victims, the Catholic Community and the complete remark, and prayed God to present them the fortitude to undergo the irreparable loss.

He assured that CAN would continue to promote spiritual harmony and equal alternatives for all within the remark with out discrimination.

The CAN chairman admonished the opposite folks of the remark to enhance Gov. Rotimi Akeredolu’s efforts on security, charging them to be security wide awake at all events. (NAN)

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