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Stop bullying genuine agitators, tackle insecurity, PFN tells FG




The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has referred to as on the federal authorities to keep away from bullying real agitators however dialogue with them.

The group additionally tasked the federal authorities to deal with insecurity in varied elements of the nation, describing happenings within the nation as the explanation for agitation for secession by varied ethnic nationalities.

The Anambra State chapter of the group, led by Bishop Moses Ezedebego made the decision in a press convention in Awka, Anambra State on Monday.

He mentioned the agitations and insecurity within the nation had been worrisome. They referred to as on the federal authorities to sit down up and diligently work in direction of securing the individuals and in addition restoring their hopes within the nation.

“The Federal Authorities ought to handle purposefully the problems of agitations and insecurities within the nation. The federal government mustn’t bully and suppress justified agitations however humbly hear and dialogue the place it’s mandatory.

“We imagine that the best problem we’ve within the nation is the monumental corruption within the system which the federal government has failed woefully to deal with correctly,” Ezedebego mentioned.

Talking on the forthcoming Anambra governorship election, the group whereas congratulating the candidates of the varied political events on their emergence mentioned it has instituted ‘PFN for Good Governance Committee’, to make sure that the group’s curiosity is represented in authorities.

“That committee is headed by one in all us, Dr Amaechi Nwachukwu. PFN is all for guaranteeing that whoever emerges as governor on this state is a god-fearing individual, who can have the curiosity of the state at coronary heart.

“PFN is the umbrella physique of all Pentecostal church buildings within the nation, and we’ve a number of members, and whoever will grow to be the governor of Anambra State cannot ignore us.

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