- A group has called for the investigation of all sponsors of Boko Haram activities in Nigeria
- The group condemned attempts by religious leaders in the country to change the name of the culprit arrested trying to bomb Living Faith Church in Kaduna
- According to the group, all political actors connected with terrorism, banditry and other criminal activities in Nigeria should be apprehended and prosecuted
The Centre for Africa Liberation and Socio-Economic Rights (CALSER) has called on Federal Government and President Muhammadu Buhari to investigate and apprehend sponsors of terrorism in the country.
The plea was made at the periodic review of Boko Haram/ISWAP activities in Nigeria and Africa by the group.
Speaking at the press conference on Wednesday, February 5, in Abuja, convener, Princess Ajibola, said the attempts by religious leaders in the country to change the name of the culprit to rob on others is unbelievable.
Ajibola said the insecurity in the country is beyond locally backed foreign destabilization plots as there are also insiders working against the country's peace and tranquillity.
She called on relevant Federal Government security agencies to begin the process of unravelling those behind the attempt to bomb the Living Faith Church in Kaduna state.
Ajibola also charged the nation's security agencies to immediately arrest and investigate all political actors connected with terrorism, banditry and other criminal activities in the country.
"There are also insider related plots to destabilize the country in the actualization of their despicable conspiracy against Nigeria," Ajibola said.
She said that these groups of persons have decided that the promotion of killings in the country is the only means to take over power through the backdoor after they have been roundly rejected at the polls.
"The Centre for Africa Liberation and Socio-Economic Rights wishes to call on the relevant security agencies in the country to begin the process of unravelling those behind the attempt by Nathaniel Samuel bomb the Living Faith Church in Kaduna state," Ajibola added.
"The case of Nathaniel Sunday makes the situation more ironic and an indication that some criminal elements would go any length to cause disaffection in the country, all in the attempt to discredit the efforts of the security agencies in the fight against terrorism and other criminal activities in the country," she said.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a faith group based in Nigeria had said that the Living Faith Church, Kaduna bomber had intended to start a religious war.
The group said the incident would have led into national mourning and fingers pointed at wrong quarters.
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