Metro Fulani Herdsmen: 3 Religious Leaders That Have Condemned Recent Benue Killings



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Nigerians have repeatedly accused the Buhari government of poor handling of attacks by herdsmen across the country.

But with the recent Benue State massacre, it appears the criticisms are rising to a disturbing climax as three prominent religious leaders have lend their voice against the herders perpetuating the crimes.

They are:

1. Rev. Dr. Felix Omobude

The National President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, on Sunday, expressed concern at the lacklustre approach of security agencies in bringing persons behind the crises to book.

2. Pastor Enoch Adeboye

General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), also condemned the killings.

Represented by his aide, Pastor Johnson Odesola, during a church service at RCCG headquarters, Ebute-Metta, Lagos, the cleric said he was puzzled by “the silence of the government as regards various attacks by Fulani herdsmen.”

3. Pastor Tunde Bakare

The Overseer of the Latter Rain Assembly had earlier in the service said that all those putting up deliberate sinful silence (DSS) about the killings in Benue would pay for it.

His words: “We cannot keep quiet while hardened murderers and criminals fill our land with the crimes of blood. That would be DSS… deliberate sinful silence, and i think secret service is guilty of that.”

“The brutal murder going on in Benue state and other parts of Nigeria is very attrocious and wicked. There will be consequences of this dastard murder. Every one involved in one way or the other, either overtly or covertly, shall pay for it”


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