Archbishop Chukwuma and Bishop Abraham condemn Fulani Herdsmen killings



The Anglican Bishop of Enugu Diocese, Rt. Rev. Emmanuel Chukwuma and his counterpart of the  Mount Zion Faith Global Liberation Ministries , Bishop Abraham Udeh have  condemned the killings of innocent Nigerians across the country by  Fulani herdsmen.

They urged Nigerians to get ready to defend themselves in the circumstance, describing the situation as an imminent jihad.

Bishop Ude said, "The killing perpetrated by herdsmen on rampage in Benue, Taraba and other states is an indication of a jihad coming".
He noted that cattle herding  started decades ago in Nigeria "but never in the history of Fulani herdsmen had any of them wielding weapons as AK47 rifle instead of perhaps bows and sticks."
The bishop said it was an indication that something was ominous about the new dimension.

He alleged that the Fulanis were  on the mission of forcing Islamic religion on the rest of Christian communities in Nigeria, using cattle herding as a camouflage.
" It's their intension to wipe out Christians and  make Nigeria an Islamic country."

He said  President Muhammadu Buhari had failed Nigerians for not being able to checkmate the activities of these herders and should not be supported for a second tenure.
He  added that Bihar's  continuation as  President would mean more blood shed in the country, stressing that, "The Fulani herdsmen felt protected under his leadership.

" I give the National Assembly up to February this year to begin the process of impeaching the President or face the wrath of God. I pronounce that whoever supports Buhahri for a second tenure would be doomed.

"Those killers are not herdsmen. They are jihadists who want to turn Nigeria into an Islamic nation. But the anger and fury of the Almighty God will fall upon them. God told me that they were being sponsored by an Islamic nation."

For the  Anglican bishop, Chukwuma, Nigerian should be prepared to defend themselves in the melee.
He condemned killings in Benue, Taraba and other parts of country, saying it was, "ungodly, evil and punishable by God.

 "I advise Nigerians to be vigilant and to be prepared to defend themselves."



Tony Okafor
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