Stella Dimoko Christian Elders Forum Attacks CAN For Visiting Buhari


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Tuesday, April 02, 2019

Christian Elders Forum Attacks CAN For Visiting Buhari

The National Christian Elders Forum, NCEF, has lambasted the Rev Samson Ayokunle-led Christain Association of Nigeria, CAN, for visiting President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa Abuja.

Ayokunle-led CAN had last week visited Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja to congratulate him on his reelection.

However, NCEF-led by former Minister of Defence, Lt.Gen. Theophilus Danjuma(rtd) and Solomon Asemota faulted the visit which was described as “morally and spiritually reprehensible.”

In a statement signed by Danjuma and Asemota on Monday entitled, “Not on our behalf, CAN President, Not on our behalf,” NCEF said “The ill-advised congratulatory visit to President Buhari amounted to subjudice” as the determination of who won the 2019 general election “is still in court.”

The statement reads: “It is therefore premature and presumptuous for anyone to congratulate President Buhari for “winning” an election that is contested in court.

“The NCEF wishes to state that the congratulatory visit to Aso Villa by CAN could not be in the interest of Nigerian Christians who daily bear the agony of thousands of their brethren being killed, maimed, displaced and marginalised in the jihad launched in the northern parts of the country.

“It is well known the indifference of the Buhari administration to the murder of Christians all over the country.

“This indifference has led many, including foreign observers, to conclude that the Buhari administration is complicit in the genocide that is taking place in Nigeria.”

From Daily Post


  1. Replies
    1. Hopefully, none of your family members will be affected, you'll understand.

      Some people live in terror daily all their lives in this same Nigeria that is safe for someone like you to say, confused elders.

      And it's you that will be advocating that people should respect Buhari.

  2. CAN is on its own. As far as I am concerned, they do not represent me as a Christian.

  3. On point. They are not for us. The jihadist should be called out.

  4. Greedy Pastors who have immuned themselves from the hardship being suffered by most Nigerians because their church business is very profitable; they hobnob with politicians who have to thank them for helping them keep Nigerians in religious bondage so that instead of Nigerians challenging government for their rights to social justice and economic prosperity, Nigerians will
    prefer to be praying while the politicians loot the funds that should be used to achieve a better society (eg: the $16 Billion electricity funds) while the pastors also collect their own share. Nigeria is a predator's paradise.

  5. CAN became rubbish when Catholics moved out

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    1. Omo àlè tó n fowó òsì júwèé ilé bàbá è!

      Hopefully, none of your family members will be terrorist, maimed, killed and raped by these devils!

      It's obvious you live in the South West where it is safe for you to hide inside the comfort of your homes while some people are being dehumanised in this Nigeria everyday!


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