FG not doing enough to combat crimes — Clerics
The leadership of the Christian Reformed Church-Nigeria (CRC-N) has again expressed dismay over the alleged lukewarm attitude of the Federal Government towards stamping out security challenges bedeviling the country.
The church, in a communiqué made available to The Guardian, shortly after its 121st general council meeting held at its headquarters in Takum Council, Taraba State, stated that the Federal Government is not doing enough to combat the ugly trend as hoodlums continue to have field days across the country.
In the Communiqué, jointly signed by its President, who also doubles as the National Vice President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev. (Dr.) Caleb O.S Ahima and Secretary-General, Rev. (Dr.) Rev.Sagara Nauvalga, the church blamed the leadership of the country for the insecurity reflected in kidnappings, call for secession, killings, armed robbery, among others. They stressed the need for government to rejig the security architecture, saying such a move has become imperative.
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