The Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN) desires President Muhammadu Buhari to tell Nigerians if outlaws have taken over the nation.
The group’s query is coming as a response to the kidnapping of greater than 300 schoolgirls of Authorities Secondary College in Jangebe, Zamfara State.
CAN President, Rev. Samson Ayokunle, in a press release, mentioned the recurring kidnapping of scholars was surprising and should be stopped.
Ayokunle decried, “the benefit” with which bandits and insurgents perform day by day assaults.
“It’s completely embarrassing. When will this authorities give the residents of Nigeria assurance that their lives and property are protected?
“Mr. President, the place we could go from right here? Have the criminals taken over the place there may be reliable authorities?”
The CAN chief mentioned prayers have been being supplied however religion with out onerous work from the authorities could be in useless.
Ayokunle suggested that every one public secondary faculties within the North be closed till safety is assured. He instructed extra recruitment into the Police.
“We additionally name for enough funding, coaching, tools for our safety forces with a purpose to improve their performances nationwide.
“It’s excessive time the federal government declared a state of emergency within the safety sector of the nation,” he added.
On Saturday, workers members, college students and kin kidnapped from Authorities Science School, Kagara, in Niger State, regained their freedom.