Anglican Bishops in the country have lamented the spate of attacks by armed herdsmen in the country with a charge on President Muhammadu Buhari to declare them as a terrorist group.
The bishops also accused the Federal Government of embarking on a “selective prosecution” in its anti-corruption fight, noting that All Progressives Congress, APC- led Federal Government was “fighting a set of people while those with corruption charges against them are treated as saints.”
They made their position in a communique by Rev. Edafe Emamezi, Bishop, Diocese of Western Izon at the end of the first session of the 4th synod of the Diocese of Western Izon (Anglican Communion) held at St. Peter’s Church Bomadi, Delta State.
The clerics also tasked Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to ensure it leaves up to expectation by conducting a free, fair and credible election during the 2019 general election. Read more