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Primate Anglican Communion Cautions Against Destroying Critical Infrastructure

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Primate Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Henry Ndukuba has called on Traditional and political leaders to join hands with security agencies and citizens in protecting Government facilities.

Addressing the congregation during a confirmation service at the Cathedral Church of Advent, Life Camp Abuja, Archbishop Ndukuba expressed concern that in recent times some unpatriotic citizens were destroying critical infrastructure.

This situation according to him will affect Government developmental programs for the country.

Most Reverend Ndukuba also appealed to Political and religious leaders to avoid utterances that could bring disunity and crisis in the country.

He stressed the need for Nigerians irrespective of religious, political and ethnic background to give maximum cooperation to the present administration’ to alleviate the plight of citizens.

On Palliatives due to the fuel subsidy removal, Archbishop Ndukuba emphasized the need for the federal government to ensure transparency for the palliatives to get to the ordinary people.

According to him, agencies saddled with the responsibility of distributing the palliatives must give vivid account of their Operations.

The Anglican Primate however urged the newly confirmed members of the Church to be good ambassadors of Christ.

The service featured special prayers for divine intervention on the challenges in the country.

Kayode Oyedare

Written by: Bukky Alabi

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