CAN faults Presidency over non-prosecution of killer herdsmen

CAN faults Presidency over non-prosecution of killer herdsmen

According to reports, the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has faulted the presidency on why no armed herdsman has been arrested and prosecuted by the Federal Government.

The umbrella body of Christian community in Nigerian therefore called on Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo (SAN), to change his style on issues affecting Christians, especially on the atrocities being perpetrated by herdsmen in different parts of the country.

CAN also demanded an investigation into operations of the Department of State Services, the Nigeria Customs Service and the Nigeria Immigration Service to ascertain how weapons used by the herdsmen got into the country.

President of CAN, Dr. Samsom Supo Ayokunle, who made this comment while addressing newsmen on Saturday, warned that if the Federal Government continued to pay lip service to the menace of h

He said, “Let the acting President call the IGP and ask him why none of the herdsmen have been arrested and successfully prosecuted.”

Ayokunle, who doubles as President of Nigerian Baptist Convention, said CAN had lost count of the number of Christians murdered by herdsmen.

He said, “We have lost count; we are tired of counting the dead because the more you count, the more you are weighed down. I don’t have the current number of those killed by the herdsmen.

“The Customs and Immigration cannot be excused from blame. Who is keeping the border? Am I the one? Who is checking the goods coming into the country? Is it not the Customs?”

“I have said it again and again that an instigation to aggression depends on the level of frustration.”

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