Abuja – The Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to stop discriminating against Christians in the far North.
According to This Day, the bishop said this would help bring the country together.
CBCN President and Archbishop of Jos, Ignatius Kaigama said the federal government’s discrimination had taken a deep toll on the moral and spiritual life of Christians in the northern part of the country; creating a big gulf between Christians and other religious associations.
"In federal institutions like Bayero University in Kano State and other establishments in the core north, they don’t give chance to Christians to express their faith. The federal government should consider there should be freedom of worship in every part of the country," Kaigama was quoted as saying.
Read more at This Day.
- News24 Nigeria