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Insecurity affects all religions, says cleric — Nigeria — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News – Guardian

Christians and other religious adherents resident in Kaduna State are all apprehensive of the state of insecurity in the country.
Kaduna State-based Christian cleric, Dr. Chinonso Nwala, in a chat with The Guardian in Umuahia, Abia State, commended Governor Nasir el-Ruf’ai’s disposition towards ensuring religious tolerance, curbing insecurity and criminality in the state.
Lamenting the prevailing insecurity in the country, Nwala of the Believers Capital Assembly said: “It is not funny or unthinkable that the scenario has caused the citizenry to live and feel they are no longer very safe.”
He wondered why the government seemed no longer capable of securing the people and maintaining peace in the country, and consequently tasked the government to do more by putting in the necessary efforts to address the menace.
The cleric disclosed that he prays sustainably for the country, the citizenry and the leaders.
According to him, it is worrisome that after the country’s over 60 years of Independence, it still copes with unstable power, lack of potable water, insecurity, corruption, ethnicity, youth unemployment, injustice among others, warning that when unemployed, aggrieved youths take to criminality, the consequences would bounce back on all, including the politicians.

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