PFN condemns Bukhari ‘s silence for insecurity The Guardian Nigeria News

Wale Oke

The president of the Pentecostal Association of Nigeria (PFN), Bishop Francis Wale Oke, yesterday lamented that President Muhammad Buhari’s continued silence on national security is discouraging and disturbing.

Oke, therefore, called on Bukhari to address the Nigerians urgently because of the tangible insecurity in the country.

The founder of the Ministries of the Sword of the Spirit and owner of the University of Precious Angles (PCU), Ibadan, made claims in the city of Cornerstone, Ibadan, when he separately received PFN chapters from Lagos, Ogun and Osun, led by Apostles Enjimay Okwuon and David Otaru, as well as the prophet Isaiah Adelowokan.

They visited him to congratulate him when he appeared as president of the body.

“President Muhammad Bukhari’s silence over the growing security situation in Nigeria is too loud and this is very disturbing. The silence is deafening and provides room for speculation and gossip suggesting that the government is involved in a torturous situation by satisfying and pampering the bandits and cattle breeders of the Fulani killers, ”he said.

He therefore ordered the president to stand up and deal with the situation with his head, emphasizing: “He should rise above the primordial feelings and attachment of the sections by doing what is necessary to make the nation home to every Nigerian.

“There is so much pressure and tension in the country because of the rebellion conducted by Boko Haram, kidnappings, robberies, the palace of cattle breeders of Fulani’s murderers, rape, among other things.” It all applies to itself.

“We do not want the vice president prof. Yemi Osinbajo will be the one to speak. We want to hear from President Buhari himself about the bleak security situation in the country. Our president should take the opportunity to separate the government from the lawlessness that is currently ravaging the country through the activities of Boko Haram rebels and Fulani assassins. He should tell his relatives, the Fulani, to stop the senseless killings currently taking place in the country, arrest them and make the perpetrators face legal anger. Tell the bandits, murderers, rapists and all those involved in these heinous engagements the legal language is whether they are Fulani or something else. Let the nation hear your fatherly voice. People live in fear, farmers can no longer go to their farms. ”

He further instructed the president to be quick in resolving the growing challenges, insisting that the nation is on the verge of collapse.