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CAN Visits Osinbajo, Demands Five-Point Agenda

Written By: SD Reporter


The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has made five demands on the Federal Government.

The demands were handed over to Acting President Yemi Osinbajo at a closed door meeting at the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Wednesday.

The five demands include, “Change obnoxious curriculum that demands students study Islamic Arabic Studies.

“Arrest and prosecute of murderous herdsmen.

“Arrest and prosecute of those who called for the expulsion of Igbos.

“Turn our youths into Entrepreneurs.

“Stop kidnapping on our roads.”

CAN was led on the courtesy visit by its President, His Eminence, Rev Dr Samson Olasupo A Ayokunle.

His full speech read “Your Excellency Sir,

The leadership of Christian Association of Nigeria, the umbrella body for all Christian churches in Nigeria is here today to pay you a goodwill visit and to pray for the speedy recovery of the President of our nation, President Muhammadu Buhari so that he might be able to come back home and continue with his leadership responsibilities of this country to the good of all. It is our prayer that there would be miraculous intervention in his healing and all praises shall be to God.

“This is our sacred duty as fellow human beings who can also fall sick and as Christians who value so much the life of all living creatures, especially human beings.

“On the other hand, we want to commend your Excellency for doing your best to see that no vacuum is created by the team left behind by the President in the governance of the nation. We are watching the dexterity with which you are leading others to carry out government business with sense of admiration and thanks to God. We commend your submission to your principal and your humility in service. May

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