Cleric to Buhari, correct injustices to end insecurity

Archbishop of Methodist Archdiocese of Enugu, Rev. Christopher Edeh, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to correct justices in the country to end insecurity.

Edeh made the call at the consecration of Professor Philip Akam, Commandant of Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps(NSCDC), in Ebonyi State as the Prelate/Archbishop of Christ The Light Gospel Mission.

He said when there is justice there is peace, adding, “All the new service chiefs should rise up to do their work, the whole country is in a turmoil, there is crisis everywhere.

“Let me say this, security is not a function of the gun, it is not a function of whether you have area surveillance with the military , it is a function of peace and peace don’t come by force, peace comes by justice.

“Let those who are in authority rise up and give justice, ones there is justice, there is peace and their will be no need for more security because with justice, everywhere will be peaceful. Let the government rise and give us justice, everyone deserves justice, all the ethnic group deserve justice but if we continue the way we are going where some people feels marginalized, many people are disenchanted with this country. so once we are able to give justice there will be peace, there is going to be security”.

On his part, Archbishop, Christ the light Gospel Mission, Professor Philip Alam, urged the people to get close to God be to secure their lives and future

He said, “The best thing that can happen to anybody is to get very close to God, I came from a very poor background, my father was a peasant farmer with that he was able to bring me up and I had my GCE. When I saw he could do no more I asked him to stop, I went to Onitsha, I started carrying things for people and from there I was able to raise money.

“It was one day that I met a man God used to change my life while carrying load for people, he sponsored my movement to the United state of America where I lived for 17 years, I did most of my studies there, thought at one of the most famous universities of the world, Adamsmith University from were I had my professorship and later returned to this country.

“From the very first day I returned to this country I saw things going the other way round, I shaded tears, I remembered that I have returned to that same place were nothing works except corruption, except impunity , victimization, humiliation and so on”, he said.

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