The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, has said that no fewer than 750 churches have so far been burnt by the highly dreaded terrorist sect known as Boko Haram.
The religious organization, which lamented the loss after its emergency National Advisory Council meeting at Ajao Estate in Lagos, called on the federal government to compensate the families of those killed by the insurgents.
PFN national president Rev. Felix Omobude, who spoke on behalf of the body, said the church has been a major victim of the horrendous terrorist attacks in Nigeria.
The PFN boss said, “We have lost at least 750 churches in the north to attacks by terrorists. Our worry of late is that churches that are making efforts to rebuild are facing difficulty in that part of the country to secure necessary permits.
“We do not…
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