Slain Catholic Priest, Borogo, Laid To Rest Amid Tears
As the late Rev. Fr. Vitus Borogo, a slain Catholic priest, was laid to rest in Our Lady of Apostles Cemetery, Independence Way, Kaduna, Christian faithful, priests, and family members paid their final respects.
The Most Rev. Matthew Man-Oso Ndagoso, the Archbishop of Kaduna Diocese, said during the burial ceremony that “government do not care about us. I believe that there is a fundamental issue with the nation.
“We are in prison in our own country,” he continued, “within a year, the Archdiocese has buried three, and one of our priests has been held captive by bandits for more than 2.5 years.”
“I buried a priest without his body three weeks ago; it was terrible to say that a funeral mass was held without the body, and all of them are very brave and young priests. The only person who was over 50 was Father Borogo.
He was killed on his farm, had nothing to do with them, had never even said good morning to them, but they still chose to attack him and kill him. “We are short of tears, we are short of words,” he said.
Death has become a daily meal in our nation. No one is safe in their home, on the road, or in the air, according to descriptions of Nigeria as a haven for crime, banditry, and terrorism.
The congregation attended the funeral mass dressed entirely in black to symbolize the time of mourning.
Remember that last week, on his farm in Kaduna State’s Kaduna-Kachia, bandits murdered Borogo.
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