Breaking News

Christian leaders want sovereign national confab

By Sam Eyoboka

MAIDUGURI—THE  Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, yesterday, joined Nigerians advocating for a sovereign national conference to resolve the country’s socio-political problems.

Its National President, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, who led PFN leaders to commiserate with Christians in Borno State over last year’s Boko Haram mayhem, told newsmen at the Maiduguri  Airport,  that ”we can no longer continue to build a nation on falsehood.

“I believe there is need for a national sovereign national conference for Nigeria.

“After almost 50 years of political independence, I think it is time for us to come together and discuss our reasons for being one because sometimes if you don’t understand why you marry a woman once in a while you may be thinking of all kinds of games to attempt to outwit her believing that she has no parents,” he said.


Comments expressed here do not reflect the opinions of vanguard newspapers or any employee thereof.