Why ex-president failed to confront Boko Haram – Anglican communion

- Anglican diocese bishop Abiodun Ogunyemi commends President Buhari
for his successful efforts over the released of many Chibok girls
- Ogunyemi says the Nigerian military must be highly commended for the
sacrifice and commitment to the Nigerian nation
Reverend Abiodun Ogunyemi of the Zaria Anglican communion has
said the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan was
incapable of confronting Boko Haram for a number of reasons.
According to Daily Trust, Ogunyemi said that the Nigerian churches
failed in assisting him to conquer the insurgents.
He said the leaders of Nigerian churches must bury their heads in
shame for their inability to properly advise the former president on
the need to be strong and courageous in fighting the terrorists.



He however commended President Muhammadu Buhari for his
successful efforts over the released of 82 Chibok girls.
He said: “We want to commend the current administration of President
Muhammadu Buhari for the giant stride in defeating the terrorists to
minimal level.
“The Nigerian military must be highly commended for the sacrifice and
commitment to the Nigerian nation.''

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