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RELIGIOUS LEADERS BACK EFFORTS TO END SIT-AT-HOME IN ENUGU STATE.

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The Catholic Bishop of Nsukka Diocese, Most Rev. Godfrey Onah, the Anglican Archbishop of Enugu Ecclesiastical Province, Most Rev. Emmanuel Chukwuma, and the Enugu State Association of Presidents-General of Town Unions, have backed the efforts of the Government of Enugu State to end sit-at-home in the state starting from today saying it is long overdue.

 

They equally expressed total support for the governor, Peter Mbah’s call for the release of Nnamdi Kanu from detention, saying it is the right path to national healing and stability in the South-East region.

Chukwuma while addressing newsmen after leading a prayer session for a smooth end to sit-at-home in Enugu State and the entire South-East at the Chapel of Redemption, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus UNEC appealed to the people to support the government’s move through compliance.

Also, in his homily at the St. Theresa’s Cathedral Nsukka, Bishop Onah, while commending Mbah’s initiative to end the sit-at-home syndrome, noted that the suffering in the land was too much and can be traced to the continued detention of Kanu, appealing to President Bola Tinubu to heed Mbah’s call for his release.

Written by: Ella Adike

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