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Bishop David Oyedepo, the man at the helm of affair at the Africa largest siting auditorium has called on the Federal government to curb the excesses of the dreaded Islamic sect, Boko Haram. The Chancellor Covenant University (CU), Otta, Ogun State, Oyedepo, is also calling for complete overhaul of the nation’s security system against those he called ‘religious bigots’ scheming to Islamise Nigeria through repeated attacks on churches. Oyedepo urged the Federal Government to be more committed to the insecurity problem, failure of which he noted, may lead to disintegration. “I want to believe that what we have on our hands today is an islamisiation agenda being propagated and sponsored by some religious bigots who are poised for war, and if government does not decisively stem down this tide, Nigeria may cease to be a nation.” In his address themed: Towards the rescue of a nation on the brink of collapse: Necessity for a new generation of thinkers, delivered at the seventh convocation of CU at the university premises yesterday, Oyedepo said consistent attacks by the dreaded Islamic sect, Boko Haram (Western education is forbidden) leaves much suspicion in its trail. He noted that if Boko Haram members are agitating for their rights as they claim, government institutions rather that churches should have been their targets. “Now let us think: If Boko Haram, as claimed by some of their symphatisers, is fighting the government for its rights, the question is, is it the church that is depriving them of such rights? If the bombs in the north are just reactions to class oppression or poverty in the nation, why are mosques exempted from bombs? Click the link below to go to... Exposed: Married Nollywood Actresses Sleep Around Like Dogs - Shan George I'm Praying For A Husband Seriously- Evangelist Eucharia Anunobi Anita Joseph In Love Child Mess**He Is My Nephew--Anita Cries Out I Had Crush On Ramsey Nouah--Susan Peters Confesses EXPOSED: Funke Akindele’s Hubby, Almaroof Expects 6th Child From First Wife, Fadeke
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