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Christian group belittles attacks in Saudi Arabia, United States



Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has belittled recent attacks in Saudi Arabia and United States, saying it totally condemned these sacrilegious acts and urged those behind such acts and other similar acts to desist from such because no good thing comes out of violence, reports ITRealms.

The newly elected President of CAN Rev. Dr. Samson 'Supo Ayokunle said that the recent terrorists mayhem unleashed near a mosque in Saudi Arabia, and United States, saying that nobody should be deceived into believing that doing violence in the name of God would attract any eternal reward.

Ayokunle who also is the President, Nigerian Baptist Convention, pointed out that violence and all acts of cruelty against humanity would end up in eternal condemnation and everlasting punishment.

“We therefore sympathize with all Muslims all over the world over this unfortunate development,” he said.

Similarly, CAN condemned the separate brutality of policemen in Minnesota and Louisiana against two African-Americans which led to their premature death. 

Much more, the reprisal attacks on and killing of the policemen who were protecting the people doing peaceful protest against the continuous killings of black people in America was condemnable, unjustifiable and totally irrational.

“Two wrongs can never make a right,” Ayokunle declared and enjoined the American government to take action to police brutality against all races in America because all lives matter.

The parliament must do something to control gun possession so as to avoid in the future senseless killings like these and make America safer.

“Finally, we sympathize with the families of those killed in the three incidents and the American government and pray for fortitude to bear the loss,” he prayed.

Uboshe Uboshe/GEE


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