CAN, Dunamis Church to cater for family of pastor killed by Boko Haram

CAN, Dunamis Church to cater for family of pastor killed by Boko Haram

- The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) says the family of the slain pastor, Lawan Andimi would be cared for

- Caleb Ahima, the vice president of CAN discloses that the Dunamis International Gospel Centre (DIGC) had assumed the responsibility of training Andimi’s children

- Ahima notes that CAN is planning on relocating the family of the late cleric out of Michika to a safer place

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has disclosed that the welfare of the family of the slain pastor, Lawan Andimi would be cared for by CAN in conjunction with the Dunamis International Gospel Centre (DIGC).

Caleb Ahima, the vice president of CAN made the disclosure at a joint press conference with Dunamis, USA/Nigeria Law Group and other Foundations providing assistance to Boko Haram victims, Premium Times reports.

CAN, Dunamis Church to cater for family of pastor killed by Boko Haram

CAN says it is planning on relocating the family of Lawan Andimi out of Michika to a safer place
Source: UGC

The CAN vice president said Dunamis had assumed the responsibility of training Andimi’s children.

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He also said CAN was planning on relocating the family of the late cleric out of Michika to a safer place.

Meanwhile, Istifanus Gyang, the senator representing Plateau North has described the bill seeking to create an agency for repentant Boko Haram terrorists is as an insult to Nigerians.

Senator Gyang in a statement in Jos on Sunday, February 23, condemned and dissociated himself from the bill, The Guardian reports.

He said the bill was an assault on the sensibility of Nigerians in view of the fact that most victims and communities affected by insurgency, banditry and other violent attacks have not gotten the needed support from the government.

Gyang faulted the situation where care and attention for terrorists take precedence over and above that of their victims.

He said the bill had negative implications for the security of the country and called on the Senate to reject it.

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In another report, a former head of state, Yakubu Gowon, has begged God to forgive Nigeria over its national sins and the multifaceted problems confronting the country.

Gowon made the plea on Sunday, February 23, at an interdenominational service organised by Nigeria Prays, in the north-east zone, Guardian reports.

He said Nigerians need to overcome the bloodshed, kidnapping, terrorism, banditry, herder-farmer clashes and other challenges faced by the country

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