Pope Francis cautions Nigeria to guarantee safety of citizens amidst insecurity
Pope Francis has cautioned the federal government to prioritise the safety of all citizens in the country amidst deadly attacks in the north.
The Pope prayed for those who were killed and injured as a result of the insecurity challenge, stressing the attacks in Kaduna state over the weekend in which many people died.
As reported by The Guardian, in the Pope’s words: “I learned with sorrow of the news of the armed attacks last Sunday against the villages of Madamai and Abun, in northern Nigeria,”
“I hope that the safety of every citizen might be guaranteed in the country”. jamb results
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