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The Catholic Archbishop of Jos, Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to deploy more security personnel and fighting equipment to end killings and destruction of property in Plateau.
Residents of Plateau State have been placed on red alert over alleged massive influx of suspected killer herdsmen and kidnappers from the North Central states into some rural communities of Barkin-Ladi, Riyom, Bassa and Bokkos local government areas, respectively.
Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama, the Catholic Archbishop of Jos, has said that corruption, insecurity, clashes between farmers and herders, kidnapping and other vices were hampering Nigeria’s growth and development.
Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama, the Catholic Archbishop of Jos, says corruption, insecurity, clashes between farmers and herders, kidnapping and other vices, were hampering Nigeria’s growth and development.
The Christian Association of Nigerian has said it would be compelled to make it a law for any Christian believer to produce his or her own voter’s card before being allowed to attend any mass or service.
The Catholic Archbishop of Jos, Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama, has urged the Federal Government to invest heavily in reforming prisoners and rehabilitating the various prison formations in the country.
The Catholic Archbishop of Jos, Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama, has appealed to priests and lay faithful of Ahiara Diocese to shelve their swords and accept Most Rev. Peter Okpalaeke as their consecrated Bishop.
The Catholic Archbishop of Jos, Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama, on Saturday at the inauguration of a house built by an NGO, stressed the need to sustain the existing peace in Plateau.
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No fewer than 25 persons were reportedly killed, 90 houses destroyed, over 260 livestock confirmed dead, several people declared missing and properties worth millions of naira were destroyed, as flood wreak havoc in 10 communities of Jibia Local Government area of Katsina State Monday morning.