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Pope Francis Praises President Muhammadu Buhari

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The Holy Father, who gave the assurance when he received a letter of credence from the Nigerian Ambassador to the Holy See, Ambassador Paul Oga Adikwu, said he would endeavor to ensure that security crisis rocking the country and sub-Saharan Africa comes to an end.

The Pope praises President Muhammadu Buhari’s effort so far in the fight against banditry, terrorism and other forms of criminal activities ravaging the entire nation.

He promised to be personally involved in praying for the nation, stating that the current crises in Nigeria is global. the Embassy of Nigeria in the Holy See, Vatican City said.

According the Embassy of Nigeria in the Holy See, Vatican City.

“The Holy Father, Pope Francis, expressed readiness to collaborate with Nigeria to overcome the security challenges currently witnessed in the sub-Saharan region.

“Pope Francis appreciates the effort of President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration to combat security challenges witnessed in some parts of the country.

“The Holy Father said the problem is not just a Nigerian problem, but a global one, saying he will personally be involved in praying for Nigeria to overcome the situation”,

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  1. This is just poor reporting considering d bad use or choice of words in d write up: words like “praising” are just out of place, even outrightly blasphemous, bcus no spiritual leader at d calibre of Pope will praise a man other than God or Jesus Christ. The only good thing to note of d “message” from Rome if d write up is not fake, is that Christianity as a religion is a religion of PEACE, unlike Islam, which would have dished out fatwa on christian President of nigeria for persecuting or killing muslims, just as alhaji Buhari of nigeria is killing christians and supporting jihadist Fulani herdsmen in killing and wiping out entire towns and people in nigeria.

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