South-West Zone of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) calls on Federal Government to find lasting solutions to increasing acts of violence, insecurity.
Written by News Room on May 1, 2022
The South-West Zone of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has called on the Federal Government to find lasting solutions to the increasing acts of violence and insecurity in the country.
The Christian body made the call in a 9-point communique issued at the end of its quarterly meeting held at the Cathedral of Peace and Excellence, Methodist Church, Opebi, Lagos between March 30 and March 31.
The communique, which was made available to newsmen on Friday in Ado-Ekiti, was signed by R the Zonal Chairman, everend Father Raphael Osegboun, and the Zonal Director of Legal and Public Affairs, Sir Steve Alabi.
According to the communique, no efforts should be spared at all levels of government to ensure the security of lives and property of Nigerians and the enthronement of peace and security in the country.
The Association said it noted with great concern the near collapse of the national economy and the attendant skyrocketing prices of goods and services which have gone beyond the reach of the common man.