‘Kano Bomb Attacks Endanger Nigeria’s Unity’

More denunciations have followed the attacks on Sabon Gari Park in Kano State, with the Northern District Overseer of the Foursquare Gospel Church, Rev. Isaac Komolafe, urging the Federal Government assess its counter-terrorism strategies.

Also, the Ndigbo Unity Forum has warned of impending threat to peace and order in the nation should the Federal Government fail to take decisive measures to halt the Boko Haram killings.

Komolafe said it was wrong for the government to treat the continued destruction of lives and properties in the north with kid gloves, adding, “Terrorism cannot be wished away”. The cleric, who spoke while unfolding plan for his church’s forthcoming crusade entitled ‘the King is alive’, noted that government could not afford to fold its hands and watch the wanton killing of citizens. He said the attack on the luxury buses portrayed a dangerous ethnic dimension, which could result in bloodletting in the country.

The NUF, in a statement on Sunday, by its President and Director, Planning and Research of NUF, Mr. Augustine Chukwudum and Mr. Ugochukwu Obinka, said the activities of Boko Haram had not only brought hardship in the North, but also undermined the security of the country. The forum also urged the Federal Government to take action immediately to deport all illegal immigrants in the North to their respective countries.


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