The National President of the Church Men’s fellowship in an address blamed politicians in Nigeria, describing the state of the nation as deplorable.
The Methodist Church Men's Fellowship has pointed fingers at politicians as being the reason for the continuous terror attacks by Boko Haram on innocent citizens.
At the 18th Annual National Conference, which held in Umuahia, Abia state the National President of the Church Men’s fellowship, Samuel Ebenezer Ogbodo Ejiofor, in an address blamed politicians in Nigeria, describing the state of the nation as deplorable.
“The issue of Boko Haram menace and other acts of terrorism is at an alarming state; the ills confronting this nation make it look like a failed state.
“While the government is doing its best in containing the Boko Haram and militancy, the political class, instead of joining hands to save the nation, is rather fuelling the whole thing.
“People are talking about Jonathan; Jonathan did not do any thing, a traditional ruler is the chief security officer of his community, a governor is the chief security of his state, a local government chairman is the chief security of his council.
“If all thee people are alive to their responsibilities, there will be adequate security within these areas, so it is not a question of Jonathan, it is a responsibility for all of us.