By sunnewstimes team.
The Ninth Synod of the Diocese of Umuahia Anglican Communion has advised president Muhammadu Buhari to restructure the security apparatus of the Country by sacking all security Chiefs whose services have not solved the security problems in the country.
This is sequel to the expression of Mr Presidents disappointment on the security situation in the Country, as he has resolved to have a united Nigeria, where equality becomes the bedrock of the country’s existence.
They also warned that the absorption, into the armed forces and civil society, of terrorists, considered to have repented, should stop forthwith, as it will soon spell doom to the nation.
This is contained in a communiqué issued at the synod held at St Andrews Church, Isiama. Afaraukwu, Umuahia, Abia state capital.
They frowned at the false and erroneous prophesies and teachings of some of the Gods servants and information emanation from the social media, stating that it is capable of destroying peoples confidence in God and attract severe consequences to mankind.
They argued that often times reports are not verified as such unverified and false reports are usually accepted and spread faster than true reports.
They stated further that reports that are not in line with Gods mandate tend to destroy people’s faith in God as they are evil reports.
According to the Synod, the incessant boundary disputes and Community clashes in the Country is threatening the unity of the Nigeria.
“The action and utterances of the government and government officials tend to divide rather than unite the country. Government has not been proactive in containing so many cases of boundary disputes and community clashes”, the synod said.
The Government , they advised should deal with the issues of boundary disputes, they advised.
The activities of the herders and insurgents , who destroy farm lands, abduct and attack innocent Nigerians should be should be controlled and punished where necessary, while victims of such attacks should be compensated, the synod advised.
The synod was said to have been guided by the Holy spirit and presided over by the president of the Synod, His Lordship, Rt. Reverend Geoffrey Obijuru Ibeabuchi, Bishop of Umuahia Diocese and attended by other members, including the wife of the Bishop, and President of the women Ministry,Mrs Gospel Ogechi Geo Ibeabuchi.