Deborah’s Death: It’s Time for Christians to rise and defend our faith – Mbaka

Rev Ejike Mbaka

Rev Fr. Ejike Mbaka, the founder of Adoration Ministry Enugu Nigeria, AMEN, has urged Christians to defend their faith.

Mbaka said this in response to the death of Deborah Samuel, who was lynched in Sokoto on Thursday for alleged blasphemy.

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Deborah was laid to rest on Saturday in Tunga Magajiya, Niger State’s Rijau local government area.

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“They have killed this child,” Fr. Mbaka said on Sunday in response to the heinous act. They killed her after accusing her of insulting Mohammed.

“I’ve been saying this all along.” Christians face numerous challenges. Christians must not start fighting amongst themselves.

“Interreligious and intrareligious conflict should be avoided.

The interdenominational and intradenominational wars must end. I implore those fighting Fr Mbaka and the Adoration Ministry to travel to Sokoto and confront those who murdered one of our daughters.

“Should that girl be put to death?” Every Christian should stand up and defend their beliefs. The time has arrived. It’s a faith challenge. How many of those who insulted Jesus were executed?

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“Does it still count as one country?” Let Nigeria be one country if it wants to be, but if this is what we’re going to get, everyone should go home. I said it last Sunday, and I’ll say it again today.”



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