Abducted girls: Religious leader calls for intensified prayer




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KARU –  Rev. Fr. Patrick Emmanuel, , Christian Association of Nigeria, Karu, FCT Chapter, has called for intensified prayer sessions for the release of the abducted Chibok, Borno.

Emmanuel made the call on Sunday during a prayer session Mararaba, near Abuja, advising worshippers to be more conscious at the worship centres across the country.

He noted the had waited too long for the release of the and had, therefore, decided to seek the divine intervention.

“As who preach justice and peace, we are worried because, for sometimes now, these have not been set free,’’ he said.

“We have found ourselves this kind of mess because are teaching and preaching what they are not supposed to teach or preach.

“With the insurgency, a lot of people are homeless because some people have decided to laws into their hands.

“Our society today has changed; Nigeria of today is no longer what used to be because there is no respect for human dignity.

“God does not permit anybody to kill because no one has the power over creature,’’ he added.

While expressing optimism the insurgency would soon become a thing of the past, Emmanuel appealed to leaders to make their grievances clear to Nigerians.

On the night of April 14, more than 200 female were kidnapped from the Government Secondary , Chibok, Borno.

The kidnappings were claimed by , a terrorist . (NAN)