2015: Bombings’ll stop moments Jonathan declines to contest – Cleric
THE President of the Ondo State Unification of Cherubim and Seraphim, Primate Ademisokun Turton, has said that the killings by the dreaded Boko Haram religious sect will come to an end if President Goodluck Jonathan speaks out on his 2015 ambition.
Primate Turton said in Akure at the inauguration of the Unification of the Churches in the state that the insecurity in the country will come to an end ”the moment President Goodluck Jonathan make it public that he is not re-contesting in 2015.
According to him, “amnesty or no amnesty, the activities of the sect will continue until our President speaks out on his political ambition come 2015.
The religious leader who heads the Success Cathedral of the Church in Akure, Ondo state alleged that Northern leaders are behind the insecurity in the Country believing that they can make it a campaign issue.
He said that it is part of the plan of the North to regain power in 2015 adding that he was against the granting of Amnesty to the faceless group who are bent on breaking up the country.
Describing the activities of the dreaded religious as political, the President of the churches said that “in the first instant how can amnesty be given to faceless sect of people whose purpose of fighting is unknown.