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Ogun journalist’s death: Human life being wasted mindlessly – Anglican Priest




Nigeria has been described as a nation the place there’s zero regard for human life going by avoidable deaths within the nation.

In accordance with Venerable Stephen Sanni, who’s the ArchDeacon of Itaogbolu Archdeaconry, human life is a part of assets the nation has been losing effortlessly.

The Anglican priest acknowledged this through the burial service for the slain ace broadcast journalist and Public Relations Officer of Elizade College, Olubunmi Afuye, popularly referred to as ‘Bunbam’ who was killed throughout a theft operation final week Thursday in Ondo State.

Afuye was killed by armed robbers who robbed a department of the United Financial institution for Africa, UBA, Ilara-Mokin after he unknowingly drove into the operation whereas on his strategy to his workplace.

In the course of the burial service held at St Thomas’ Anglican Church, Akure, the state capital, Ven. Sanni lamented that folks’s deaths had develop into low-cost within the nation as Nigerians had continued to die needlessly throughout the nation.

The priest in his sermon titled ‘An Inevitable Appointment’, stated “There are such a lot of brokers of dying on this nation. Persons are simply dying anyhow. All people is in peril.

“On this nation, life has develop into so low-cost. One of many assets Nigeria can afford to waste is human life. We don’t hassle, we don’t care about human life. There are killings on a regular basis. Persons are dying of their tons of on a regular basis.”

Whereas describing the deceased as somebody who lived a fulfilled life at a younger age of 43, Ven. Sanni urged the household and associates of Afuye to take solace in God as he emphasised that dying is inevitable for everybody.

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