Deborah: Every Christian Must Rise And Defend Faith – Mbaka

Deborah Every Christian Must Rise And Defend Faith – Mbaka
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The Founder and spiritual director of Adoration Ministry Enugu Nigeria, AMEN, Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has called on Christians in the country to stand up and defend their faith.

Mbaka made this disclosure while reacting to the death of Deborah Samuel who was lynched on Thursday in Sokoto over alleged blasphemy.

Africa Daily News, New York had earlier reported that Deborah was buried on Saturday in her hometown, Tunga Magajiya, in Rijau local government area of Niger State.

Reacting to the dastardly act during mass on Sunday which was monitored by our correspondents, Fr. Mbaka said: ‘They have killed this child. They accused her of insulting Mohammed and killed her.’

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‘This is what I have been saying. Christians are facing allots of battles. Christians should not begin to fight among themselves.

‘Inter religious and intra religious war should stop. Inter and Intra denominational war should stop. I am pleading with those who are fighting against Fr Mbaka and Adoration Ministry to go to Sokoto and fight those who killed one of our daughters.

‘Should that girl be killed? Every Christian should rise and defend our faith. The hour has come. It’s a challenge of faith. How many of them that insulted Jesus have been killed?

‘Is it still one country? If Nigeria is going to be one country let it be, but if this is what we are going to be experiencing let everybody go home. I said it last Sunday and I am repeating it again.’

Meanwhile, aMagistrate Court sitting in Sokoto State on Monday ordered the remand of two suspects arrested over the murder of the 200-level student.

Africa Today News, New York had earlier reported that the Police arraigned the two suspects, Bilyaminu Aliyu and Aminu Hukunchi, who are also students of the college, yesterday.

The Police First Information Report revealed that both suspects were arraigned as a result of the mob action, which led to Deborah’s lynching.

Both suspects pleaded not guilty to the charges levelled against them following their arraignment.

Africa Daily News, New York

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