Osinbajo also warned that defaulters must
be made to face the full wrath of the law despite the limitations of
the criminal justice system in the country.He
also noted that with President Muhammadu Buhari’s instruction to
security agencies, military and the police to send reinforcements to
southern Kaduna to enforce peace, things will soon be all right.PAY ATTENTION: Get the latest news on NAIJ.com News App
Osinbajo then charged all
Nigerians to work together to find a lasting solution to the crisis and
resist the temptation to succumb to divisive tendenciesRecall that just some days ago, the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) sent a message to Osinbajo, calling on him to defend Christians as he is in office to do so.
In a statement by Bayo Oladeji, special assistant
on media to the CAN president Rev Dr Samson Olasupo Ayokunle, the
religious body said the issues of the DSS trying to arrest Apostle
Johnson Suleman was a slap on the faces on Christians and wondered why
Osinbajo who is also a Christian is keeping quiet about it.