Catholic Priest has been killed after being kidnapped by bandits in Niger command.
It used to be gathered that Rev. Fr John Gbakaan used to be a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Minna, Niger Negate earlier than his unhappy loss of life.
Basically based on reports, Gbakaan used to be killed on Friday, some days after he used to be kidnapped by the gunmen.
But another Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Ugochukwu Ugwoke, disclosed this thru his Twitter story @ FrUgochukwu on Saturday.
“Rev. Fr. John Gbakaan, a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Minna, Nigeria, used to be final evening kidnapped and killed by some gunmen. On your charity, kindly be half of in praying for the repose of his soul,” he tweeted.
The put up has on the opposite hand sparked outrage amongst Twitter customers who expressed displeasure over the nation’s security architecture, especially in the northern aspects of the Nation.
A Twitter user, Adeyemi Kayode Fabunmi, said, “My heart and condolences are with the parishioners of the Catholic Diocese of Minna at this 2nd. Could well seemingly God console them, grant the late priest everlasting relaxation. The perpetrators of this dastardly act have to restful be found and prosecuted.”
“He used to be my priest for the length of my carrier three hundred and sixty five days in Lapai; he labored at Gulu, a sub-city in Lapai Niger Negate. Could well seemingly his soul relaxation in peace,” one other user, @Domnic8Domnic, said.
@OkereBart said, “That’s what Christians are dealing with day-to-day in Nigeria, especially priests. A heartless and callous murdering of priests and nuns in Nigeria. A precise failed nation with out any rule of law or govt to prosecute these perpetrators.This goes on with out any accountability. Could well seemingly his soul relaxation in peace.”
@onunwabifra said, “Is this the contemporary improvement in Nigeria? Few days previously, an Islamic cleric threatened to send in his of us (terrorists) to expend up a Catholic Archbishop from the identical field and dangle him ‘crucified’ (his precise notice), for heroic to demand good governance. After which this? Praying for his soul.”