ill-informed decision

Matthew 6:10 Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.

The government is still funding the membership of Nigeria in all the International Islamic organisations like OIC and its allies without being part of any international Christian organization.

——Rev. Francis Ayokunle

The news that the united states has removed Nigeria from the list of countries without religious freedom has come as a surprise to many christian howbeit the Nigeria christian association, CAN.

Rev Samson Ayokunle in a statement titled, ‘CPC List: We Are At a Loss On the Data the US Government Used for the Delisting of Nigeria–CAN,’ said the US supposed to have contacted it before taking such a decision.

Ayokunle said the US government did not contact CAN when they were listing Nigeria among the countries of ‘Particular Concern’ on religious freedom, neither did they seek its opinion before removing Nigeria from the list.

“If they had done, we would have been able to compare the statistics then and now on freedom of religion in Nigeria,” he said.

According to him, whatever might be the data they used, CAN’s prayer is that Nigeria would be a country where no religious group is discriminated against or persecuted and that government would see that they discontinued all religiously bias policies with.

Ayokunle lamented that Christians had faced and were still facing persecution from ISWAP and the Boko Haram Islamic Group till today, as before.
He said these “are the people who said their agenda was to wipe away Christianity from Nigeria and to plant Islam as the only religion from the North down to the Atlantic Ocean in the South. That agenda with the killing of Christians has not stopped till today and Nigerians are living witnesses.

“The bandits have joined other militant Islamic groups to be mauling churches, killing worshippers and kidnapping for ransom. The herdsmen are equally doing their havoc. We have lost many people and places of worship to their assault, especially in the Northcentral part of the country and the Northeast.

Ayokunle[L] President Buhari

“Though the madness has grown now and those who are not Christians are being attacked, killed and kidnapped, this is because these criminal acts have become a lucrative business and it is whoever you can kidnap for money! If the government had responded appropriately when this criminal madness began and subdued these evil groups immediately, we wouldn’t be where we are now!”

Ayokunle urged the US government to help CAN by allowing it to know what had changed between the time they put Nigeria on the list of ‘countries of particular concern’ and now. A church leader has this to say about this worrisome decision: Mark this, Don’t be Suprised that this Evil move came with a deal with the Nigerian government to approve Lgbt and all that Evil Wickedness and Abominations.
Don’t be surprised if you begin to see some crazy moves from the Nigerian government.
Another sees it as a political move by the liberals in White house, The US government has set out to re-establish an economic partnership with Africa and this goal is a strategic national interest for America. The ubiquitous self-appointed prophets in CAN may cry themselves out but US sees Nigeria as a strategic partner and will continue to strengthen economic, political and military ties with our dear native land.

I am born into an Islamic home, you and I know that if Christians had done 1/20 of what Boko Haram terrorists and Iswap are doing this country would have perished long ago, Christian’s are actually very tolerant, because I know that if a religious based group in the south acts the way Boko Haram have been acting, setting of bombs in market places, schools, churches, Akintola, would have urged his fellow Muslims to kill Christian’s anywhere they find them, Gumi, would have advise the federal government to roll out tanks to the South to level everywhere, etc etc

Published by godwinguobadia

Pastor, life coach, motivational speaker and a christian apologist; a husband and a father.

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