Bishop of the Owo Diocese of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Rt. Rev. James Oladunjoye, cried out that Nigeria may break up under President Goodluck Jonathan if he fails to bring those behind the dreadful Boko Haram sect to book.
The cleric made this statement during the Third Session of the 10th Synod held at the St. Paul’s Church, Ijagba in the Ose Local Government Area of Ondo State.
He observed that even if the country disintegrate, members of the deadly sect would still be terrorising Christians and southerners in their midst and the problem could lead to a full blown war when the attacked decides to take uparms and fight their aggressors.
He noted that unless Jonathan arrest sponsors of the sect with a view to bringing them to justice, they would ensure the total collapse of his government.
Oladunjoye said, “The sponsors of Boko Haram are no longer in government or the corridors of power which they believe is their birthright. They are those that have been pushed away from controlling the national cake.
“We have said it with all emphasis, that the sponsors of this sect are well-known to those in government especially the President.”
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