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The Reverend Father of the Adoration Ministry, Ekike Mbaka is yet to spot in the public just as some aggrieved bishops led a group of the Catholic faithful in a peaceful protest over continued killings across Nigeria conceived to be targeted mostly on Christians in the country.
have shut down Abuja in protest over unending killings in Nigeria which is perceived to be targeted at Christians particularly in northern Nigeria.
The protesters on their black attires shutdown Federal Territory Abuja in demand for drastic measures from the Federal authorities to save Christians in captivity, mainly, the Chibok schoolgirls, Leah Sharibu, and others held against their will by Boko Haram terrorists.
According to gathered reports, the aggrieved protesters, despite heavy downpour on Sunday noon at the FCT held a prayer procession. They matched from the National Ecumenical Centre to Our Lady Queen of Nigeria Catholic Church, Area 3, Garki in their numbers with police watch.
Bishop Bishop Augustine Akubueze, the CBCN led the prayer procession and supported by bishops present from across Nigeria gathered for the first CBCN conference of the year.
Cardinal John Onaiyekan, the former Archbishop of Abuja Archdiocese was present in the protest while Mbaka was not spotted.