By; AMOS MATHEW, Kaduna
The Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Kaduna State Chapter, Rev. John Joseph Hayab has enjoined members of the association in the state to remain calm and respect constituted authorities especially in trying moments like this.
Rev. Hayab stated this during a zoom meeting on Sunday morning with members of the association in the state.
He lamented that a 24-hour curfew imposed in some LGAs has been extended to all the 23 LGAs in the state as a result of the current attack on private and government properties including looting of ware houses.
The CAN chairman further assured his members that the association will try by all means to reach the government in an attempt to short-circuit the curfew.
Meanwhile, he appealed to all ministers of God to close down their churches on Sunday in accordance with the curfew’s demand as law abiding citizens.
He promised to release a statement later in the day to address the trending issue and to state the position of CAN on the matter.
He also appealed to Christian youth In the state to shun away from any acts that will bring their service and worship to God to the mud as the body is on her feet to mediate for them and the entire membership.
Though, a member at the meeting advised the government to as a matter of urgency empty their warehouses as many have been living from hand-to-mouth and may be tempted to do the wrong thing to get what to eat.
The chairman regretted the level of damage done on personal and public property and prayef that the act will stop for good.