'Nigerians Have Passed Their Elastic Limits Hoping For A Better Country'- Rev. Okoh Tells Buhari
May. 18, 2019
The Primate of the Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Nicholas Okoh says insecurity has increased beyond the thresholds that Nigerians can endure.
Okoh who spoke at the Third Session of the 10th Synod of Abuja Diocese of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), on Friday said, there has been renewed rampage of killer herdsmen, as well as kidnappings and banditry across the country, adding that the situation is now mire worrisome than ever.
He charged the Federal Government to wake up to its foremost responsibility of security of lives and property of Nigerians.
“If the lives of Nigerians cannot be made better, why should they be cut down recklessly? There is no way people will be happy with so much turmoil in the country.
“Nigerians have passed their elastic limits hoping for a better country. We need peace, fairness and justice to sustain the unity of the nation and prosperity for all,” he said.
He went on to applaud the Buhari-led administration for signing the national minimum wage bill for the Nigerian workers last week, asking that the needful is done to ensure quick implementatio not forgetting pensioners in the process.
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