Justice for those that burnt Churches and Mosque.

The crisis in Jos is not what anyone will be happy about. Everyone knows how precious their life is to them, the killing of innocent people as well as burning of properties is against everything humanity stands for. As Nigerians, it was never our nature to be violent, inhuman, or selfish. Nigerians have always been classified as tolerant people, hospitable, and imbibe forbearance in their dealing.

Love and unity have always been the motto of Nigeria, we have always cohabited with each other irrespective of norms, tradition, ethnicity, and religion. Sadly, with the way things are currently going, I am forced to believe what the former Minister of aviation in Nigeria, Femi Fani Kayode once said. According to the former Minister, he said evildoers have cast their eyes on Nigeria, their plans have always failed and it will continue to fail.

The Governor of Plateau State, Simon Lalong said Plateau State for the past 6 years has enjoyed peace but all of a sudden evildoers decided to distort the peace in the state. So many events have unfolded in Jos lately that have called for serious concern and solution but what has drawn my attention is how some people are no longer afraid of God who supersedes the affairs of man.

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