The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has expressed its readiness to work with and provide support for security agencies in a bid to stem the tide the growing insecurity in the country.
The PFN President, Bishop Wale Oke, in a statement on Sunday, also expressed gratitude to God and congratulated the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, on the safe release of the eight members of the church, who were abducted near Doka along Kachia/Kafanchan Road, in Kaduna, on March 26.
“It is never easy going through such an ordeal for both the captives and their loved ones. Indeed, many have been taken and never returned and that is why we must be grateful and celebrate the lives of our brothers and sisters,” Oke said.
Lauding the operatives of the Nigeria Police Force for showing dedication and unwavering commitment to serving the citizens, the PFN President stated that “while the spate of kidnappings has not ceased, the PFN is willing to work with and provide support to all relevant security apparatuses to help make our country safe for all.”
He urged the Federal Government to do more, saying: “Leah (Sharibu) has yet to be returned and so are many others.”