The Middle Belt Conscience Guard (MBCG) has cautioned a former defence minister, Lieutenant General Theophilus Danjuma (rtd) to avoid instigating Christians with deception.
The Middle Belt bunch additionally asked the Defence minister to demonstrate that he was not out to advance his personal business agenda in the United Kingdom.
The response by the gathering pursued an ongoing collusion among Danjuma and formal Military Governor of Rivers state, General Zamani Lekwot (retd); and Solomon Asemota, under the aegis of Nigerian Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) tested the President Muhammadu Buhari’s organization.
The group hauled President Buhari to the United Kingdom Parliament claiming that the president was seeking after a jihad or Islamisation motivation.
Nonetheless, the Middle Belt group, in an announcement marked by Raymond Enero, its leader affirmed that, notwithstanding his freshly discovered calling, TY Danjuma has murdered a greater number of Christians in single occurrences than all different emergency set up together.
“He might need to explain his jobs in Odi, Byelsa State and Zaki Ibiam, Benue State are overwhelmingly Christian people group when they were slaughtered and destroyed to the ground when TY Danjuma mishandled his position as Defence minister.
“Tivs are overwhelmingly Christians and TY Danjuma as a Junkun crusader effectively furnished his ethnic local armies that slaughtered the Tivs in their hundreds.
The phlebotomy from his support has not ceased till date,” Enero said.
Making further request, the Middle Belt group said if Danjuma is focused on conservation and improvement of Christian lives why has he not attempted endeavors to “deactivate his volunteer armies that have kept on executing Tiv ranchers in the north focal of Nigeria?” Enero asked: “For what reason is he lessening the Christian populace for the Muslims that he repudiates with an energy?” He further encouraged the national government to set up essential safety efforts to shorten approaching custom-made from Danjuma and his preferences.