Insecurity: your silence is too loud, PFN tells Buhari

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Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), has lamented continuous silence of President over nation’s insecurity, saying that happening’s around nation is disturbing.

PFN urged as a matter of urgency address Nigerians on palpable insecurity situation in country and take necessary steps find a lasting solution .

Speaking on Wednesday in Ibadan while receiving separately Lagos, Ogun and Osun States’ Chapters of PFN led by Apostle Enjimaya Okwuonu and Apostle David Otaru as well as Prophet Isaiah Adelowokan, respectively, who had come felicitate with him on his emergence as body’s President, PFN President, Bishop Francis Wale Oke said that silence of President over the security situation in Nigeria is deafening and it’s giving room for speculation and gossips that suggest the government has hands in the sickening situation by indulging and pampering the and the killer Fulani herdsmen.

Wale Oke, who is the founder of the Sword of the Spirit Ministries and the Proprietor of the Precious Cornerstone (PCU) Ibadan charged Buhari to rise up and tackle the situation headlong, stressing that he rise above primordial sentiments and sectional attachment by doing the needful to the nation more homely for every .

The renowned Cleric reminded the President that he was voted into power in 2015 because of his military background with a view to stemming the insecurity in the country.

He said, “There is so much pressure and tension in the land due to insurgency being orchestrated by the Boko Haram, kidnapping, banditry, killer Fulani herdsmen’s palaver, raping, among other ills. All these are self-inflicted.

“We don’t want the Vice President, Prof Yemi to be the one that will speak; It is President Buhari himself that we want to hear from on the dreary security situation in the country. Our President use the opportunity to disassociate his government from the lawlessness currently ravaging the country through the activities of Boko Haram insurgents and the killer Fulani herdsmen.”

The Nation