Enough of bloodshed, terrorism in Nigeria – Paul Enenche

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Dr Paul Enenche of Dunamis International Gospel Centre has cried out against the bloodshed and terrorism going on in Nigeria.

The clergyman made this known while speaking at a press conference held to mark the second anniversary since Leah Sharibu was kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists.

Decrying the state of anarchy in Nigeria, Enenche stated that Christians are being targeted and persecuted in the country.

According to him, “We have come to discover that there is a bankruptcy of awareness on the exact situation of what is going on in Nigeria.

“I am surprised that there are people in this country who do not believe that terrible situations, security-wise are happening in the nation.

“There is the highest level of religious intolerance, extreme level of persecution of Christians, especially in northern Nigeria, the northeast to be precise as well as situation of armed bandits in north-central.

“It is so sad that some people are watching the evil going on and pretend as if nothing is happening.

“Insecurity and the threat to Christianity in Nigeria today are real and must be arrested with urgency. This status quo must not be allowed to stand.

“All is not well in the land. But in the name of Jesus, it shall be well. We believe that as this awareness rises, people take responsibility to say no, instead of keeping silent in the name of passivity, timidity and allowing the status quo to go.

“There are people in this country who are silent as if they have gummed their lips. People are watching evil going on and they say nothing. I want to say that if you are a businessman, you can only do business if there is a nation. If you are a pastor, you can only pastor a church if there is a nation. These things cannot continue anymore,” he said.

He added:

“It is time for everybody to rise and say enough is enough of the evil of bloodshed, rule of terror in the land.

“And to every collaborator, sponsor and supporter of terror in the land, know that your days are numbered.

“The silence of good men is more wicked than the evil of wicked people. When good men agree to keep quiet, evil thrives.”

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