The Christian Association of Nigeria in Kaduna State has urged the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd), to rescue the remaining 16 abducted worshippers still languishing in kidnappers’ as a parting gift to Nigerians.
24 of the 40 worshippers escaped from their abductors, but the remaining 16 remain in the hands of their abductors. The Association Chairman in the state, Rev. John Hayab, appealed to Buhari to use the remaining 24 hours of his regime to rescue the remaining 16 worshippers.
He also called on the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, to brace up for his first rescue mission should President Buhari fail to do the needful before his tenure expires in May 29. The affected families, mainly peasant farmers, are unable to meet the demands of the abductors.
All efforts are yet to yield any positive result. The most important details in this text are that the bandits are making huge demands for motorcycles and cash, and that the villagers are crying about where and how to get the ransom the bandits are asking for.
The appeal is that the outgoing government can use the last 24 hours to rescue the people, and if they fail, the new government should develop a new move to deliver the worshippers from Bege Baptist Church Madala who are still in the hands of their abductors. CAN is concerned that instead of looking forward to what will happen in the next 24 hours, they are mourning because their members are in captivity.
CAN is concerned that instead of looking forward to what will happen in the next 24 hours, they are mourning because their members are in