This Day (Lagos)

Nigeria: Some Christians Are Deadlier Than Boko Haram, Says Gumi

Abuja — The proliferation of violence in the country has been linked to the 'sinister' activities of some unidentified Christian elements who over the years have been scheming through political subterfuge driven by personal ambition to take over the leadership of the nation.

This allegation is coming in the wake of an observation by the Primate of all Nigeria/Bishop of Abuja Diocese, Most Rev Nicholas Okoh there has to be an end the Boko Haram harassment, which has forced many Christians from going to church.

Okoh charged the federal government to come up with a lasting solution to the problem praying that in the coming years Nigeria will have perfect security and people will no longer be harbouring fears over their personal security.

Dr Ahmad Gumi, a Kaduna-based Muslim scholar made this allegation on his facebook platform, saying that in the past some Christians have hidden under the guise of government apparatus to perpetrate the murder of many prominent politician of northern extraction.

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