Insecurity: CAN asks President Buhari to resign

Members of the Christian Association of Nigeria in Ondo state are demanding for the resignation of President Muhammudu Buhari over his failure to tackle incessant killings of Christians in Nigeria.

They condemned the failure of the government to tackle kidnapping, banditry, communal clashes among others.

Armed with placards with different inscriptions, they matched from first baptist church oba Adesida road to converged on sacred heart cathedral  church with songs and prayers .

They were led the chairman ,Christians Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Ondo state, Reverend John Oladapo and other clerics in the state capital.

The catholic bishop of Ondo diocese , Bishop Jude Arogundade condemned the failure of the federal government to bring those behind killings in Nigeria to book.

He said “ In this country today, the government does not understand its roles any more. We have the government that is playing dumbs even when they know the truth.

“This is the time for us to speak out clearly. If the government can no longer defend Christians in this country , we will defend ourselves.

Bishop Jude Arogundade noted that government has decided to arrest those protesting against the system rather than those who are destroying the system.

The CAN chairman in Ondo state, Revd John Oladapo urged Christians to be more vigilant and be more security conscious so as to avert unnecessary security threats around them.