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DSS Predicting Religious Crises Soon Is A False Alarm – CAN

Christians Association of Nigeria

Christians Association of Nigeria

The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN has come out to blast the Department of State Security, DSS for raising a false alarm about a plot to cause religious crises in the country.

CAN Vice Chairman (Northern region), Rev. John Hayab recently revealed this, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, the announcement was only an artificial creation aimed at causing fear and panic among people, and it should not be taken seriously.

He added that if true, DSS should instead focus on arresting, pursuing and exposing those plotting to destabilize the country via the instruments of religion, before sharing intelligence report with the public.

His words, “It has become a weekly or monthly practice for our dear Security agency to make statements that only help to create fear and pave ways for evil people to cause citizens harm.”

“If you truly have a Security report about anyone or any group trying to instigate violence just do to them what the law says. But coming out to create panic every time is not good for the people who are already living in self-pity and have lost hope due to the high level of insecurity in the Nation.

β€œSometimes these statements are seen as a strategy to stop people from expressing their views. Whenever a strong view has been made and others are saying theirs too, that is when you will hear security alert.”

“As a leader of the Church, I know my people have been attacked, killed, and have had their homes and places of worship destroyed or vandalized when there was no quarrel between them and anyone.

β€œAnd in all these pains, the security agencies did not show serious concern or go after the arsonist or criminals.”


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