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Unholy Merchants of Terror

The head of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Mr Oritsejafor‘s (close personal friend of President Goodluck Jonathan) private jet was caught in South Africa stuffed with $10m cash, money alleged to be used for the purchase of weapons from an Israeli arms dealer.

The Nigerian government quickly took ownership of the cash and transaction. The Nigerian government caught in a shady (illegal) arms deal with the head of the Christian Association of Nigeria as the front man. Nigerians believe these so called men of God are beyond reproach; meanwhile they commit the greatest crimes against humanity in Nigeria today.

Twelve Nigerian soldiers were sentenced to death for “mutiny”, the penalty for firing shots in the air as they watched the bodies of their fellow soldiers brought in after an ambush by Boko Haram and to show their dissatisfaction at how ill equipped they are in the fight against terror. If the Nigerian government should carry out the executions of these brave hearts then I believe all pastors in Nigeria should also face the firing squad.

Now if the Sultan of Sokoto is caught in the same act Mr. Oritsejafor is guilty of he would be labeled a Boko Haram financier by the Christian population of Nigeria. Truth be told all pastors mega or not are the biggest crisis facing Nigeria today not Boko Haram or Ebola. – @OgbeniAyotunde


9 thoughts on “Unholy Merchants of Terror

  1. Well, well, well, as the good brother – now deceased – Malcolm once said: “the chickens have come home to roost”

  2. Wow. That is all so hard to hear about. Here in the US, we mostly hear about Ebola impacting Lagos and other Nigerian towns/cities. The media hasn’t reported on the military or violence as often.

  3. This is so sad. I hope everything will be fine soon… Love, nia

  4. They say you should love the person looking for god and be careful of the man who claims to have found him! There are good priests and holy men out there but a lot of them are only out for their free dinner! Book haram are a real threat over there and I don’t think the army needs to be demoralized any more than it is. Thank you for the post and insight!

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