CAN Takes Boko Haram Video Personal; Condemns Alleged Conversion Of Abducted Girls

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The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) following the video that was supposedly released by the Boko Haram sect yesterday, condemned the forcible conversion to Islam of the Christians among the abducted Chibok schoolgirls, admonishing that the act was a confirmation that Boko Haram, a fringe Islamist sect, was waging a war against Christianity.

Describing it as unacceptable, CAN’s national secretary, Reverend Musa Asake, went ballistic calling on the federal government and the international community to act fast.

According to him, the forcible conversion of the girls confirmed that the Boko Haram sect has a religious agenda, adding that it was now clear that the group was waging a war against Christians and Christianity.

Boko Haram demanded for the release of their detained members as a condition for freeing the girls, but was immediately rejected by the Federal Government and now CAN, insisting that the Boko Haram members being detained were criminals who committed heinous crimes against humanity and that they should face the wrath of the law.

Ada Igboanugo

Ada Igboanugo

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2 comments

  1. Dis so call can are stupid people ooo,they leave wat they are 2 face and saying rubbich.how can dis boko be muslims they don’t hav sence 2 see dat dis is politics in play.let all face reality and call our leaders 2 order and stop tarnishing d image of islam cause doing dat will bring d warath of God.

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