On Wednesday, Bishop Sunday Onuhoa called the attention of people in the south eastern part of Nigeria to let go of violence and embrace peace.
He shared the advice in his statement with newsmen in Abuja. He said, “when brothers fight yo death, a stranger inherits their properties. I make reference to this insightful adage in view of the aging we have all witnessed over the years; the pain and trauma that many people have gone through and the various ways the lives and properties of our people in the south eastern part of Nigeria have been negatively impacted”.
” It is painful to see this level of broken or fragmented relationships everywhere as it is leading us on a part of self destruction. I therefore call fr forgiveness and an attempt of reconciliation by all persons. If this does not happen fast, we shall all pay for it and our children will not forgive us.”
He afterwards concluded by pleading with all parties in God’s name to quit the trampling of rights immediately and take steps to healing our land. “Blessings and prayers as always for the and of our birth”. The Bishop concluded.