Prominent christian leaders in Adamawa State have called for immediate suspension of political activities in the Northeast region of the country, which is presently bedeviled by Boko Haram insurgency.
The leaders asked that political leaders in the region and at the federal level should get serious with finding a lasting solution to the Boko Haram crisis.
The religious leaders said from the look of things, it seems that political parties and politicians care less about the insurgency that is daily sending Nigerians to an early grave.
Rising from a meeting at Bishop Patrick Shehaam Memorial Pastoral Centre in Yola on Tuesday, the Christian leaders in a communique noted that the suspension of political activities is necessary to allow politicians and other stakeholders to squarely face the devastating reality of Boko Haram insurgents in the Northeast region of Nigerian.
The leaders in the communique signed by Most Rev. Stephen Dami Mamza (Catholic Bishop of Yola), Most Rev. Nemuel Babba ( LCCN Archbishop ), Rev, Samuel Dalli Danti (EYN President) and Bishop Amos Yakubu ( LCCN Alheri Bishop Yola), lamented that while politicians are busy with political activities, the dreaded Boko Haram insurgents are having field day, killing innocent people and destroying valued properties.
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