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BREAKING: Plan to disrupt peaceful march exposed as Christians protest (must read)
Please, whoever is close to Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, should tell them to attach police to their planned protest schedule 22 May 2022 or better still shift it till further notice.
Like as we revealed yesterday the protest that happened today 14 May 2022, another source has revealed a pending attack to happen.
A group of Muslim youths have planned to invade and disrupt a protest said to hold the coming days by the Christian body.
This is coming after CAN General secretary, Joseph Bade Daramola released a directive to hold a peaceful march in view to seek justice over the gruesome killing of Deborah Samuel and pray for the country.
The statement read:
“I been directed by the CAN President, his eminence, Rev Dr. Samson Olasupo A Ayokunle, to request all Church Leaders, through your various Churches to organize a PEACEFUL PROTEST in honor of our daughter, DEBORAH YAKUBU who was gruesomely murdered co Thursday, 12 May, 2022 at the Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto in Sokoto State by some Islamic extremists.
The protest will take place on 22 May, 2022 in the afternoon by 3:00 PM in every Secretariat of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) nationwide and not the streets In order to avoid further loss of lives. Those without CAN’s Secretariat may use any church with big premises. We are to hold placards with some succinct message like “WE DEMAND JUSTICE 4 DEBORAH? “NO MORE KILLING IN GOD’S NAME”, “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH” “POLICE, STOP UNPROVOKED KILLINGS IN NIGERIA” “CHRISTIANS ARE NOT SECOND CLASS CITIZENS” “KILLERS OF DEBORAH MUST BE PROSECUTED,” “WE CONDEMN RELIGIOUS KILLINGS,” “WE SAY NO TO ISLAMIC EXTREMISM.”
We urge those who could afford it to make use of the traditional media and the social media and others can use entirely the social media to give a wide coverage in order sensitize the whole world, We also call on Nigeria Christians in Diaspora to join us using our embassies all over the world.
The embassies can also be used to pray for Deborah’s family and friends, peace for the country, victory for the Church and s
gadly political leaders in the coming general election.
Thanks, and God Bless You All
Until her date, Deborah was a student of Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto State. She was killed over alleged blasphemy.
However, according to the source, the youths who are basically using a Facebook group platform to discuss over their plans swore to unleash severe pains on any Christian if seen protesting for Deborah.