World Bishops pen Buhari over five Nigerian Christians condemned to death

 World Bishops pen Buhari over five Nigerian Christians condemned to death

The Supreme Council of Bishops, also called World Council of Bishops, has composed President Muhammadu Buhari, arguing for exonerate for five young fellows condemned to death by a court in Adamawa for the slaughtering of a herder.

Review that a Yola High Court had on June 11, 2018, condemned the five men from Kodomun in Demsa gathering region of the state to death by hanging for killing a herder in countering to the few killings in the region.

Be that as it may, in the letter, the priests noticed that Nigeria "has experienced untold slaughter killings, harming, traumatization of blameless natives around the northeastern, north focal and Middle Belt states, because of the incessant assaults by the volunteer army herders times without number."

The correspondence, titled, "Uncommon ask for presidential absolve: Killing by hanging of five young fellows," was marked by establishing Primate, Abuja, Nigeria, Archbishop (Dr.) P. Sunday; Ecclesiastical Prelate Administrator, Houston, Texas, United State, Archbishop (Dr.) H. Parker; Apostolic Nuncio and Prelate to Africa, Lagos, Nigeria, Bishop (Dr.) J. Onyegbulem; and Ecclesiastical Prelate to West Africa, Niamey, Niger Republic, Bishop (Dr.) J. Hussein.

The ministers lamented that "till date no satisfactory equity had been distributed on them comparable to the lives and property lost." It in this way "thoroughly denounces and objects eagerly capital punishment passed on the five young fellows on Monday, June 11, 2018 by a court of skilled locale in Yola, Adamawa State, Nigeria blamed and charged for killing a herder."

The letter, dated June 13, 2018 from the World Episcopal Headquarters in Texas, U.S., was steered through the Africa Episcopal Headquarters, Lagos and duplicated the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo; Senate President, Bukola Saraki; Chief Justice of the Federation, Walter Samuel Onnoghen; Speaker, House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara; Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha; and additionally Governor Mohammed Jibrilla and the state's Attorney General, Silas Bala Sanga.

The clerics included "what our country Nigeria sues until further notice in our early majority rules system is peace and serenity, and not something else."

No comments:

Post a comment