The parish priest of St John II Catholic Church, Karasana District Abuja, Rev.Fr. Sebastian Musa, has called on the federal government to tackle insecurity in the country with sincerity, adding that it should not be selective.
The cleric who stated this while addressing journalists after a mass in commemoration of his 25th priestly anniversary, said selective arrests and attacks on particular sect of Nigerians cannot solve the problem of insecurity in the country.
He said if anybody does anything against those in Nigeria and living abroad, the government should be bold enough to arrest no matter his status in the society.
“It is like everything has been selective the way we are seeing it going, some are free while some are not, but we pray that they have the courage to bring justice to the rest of Nigeria.”
Speaking on his journey, he explained that it has been up and down like any other profession. It has not been all that smooth, even when I was working in the rural areas Parish, it was also rough, but all I can say, I give glory to God for giving grace to this far.
He also donated motorcycles for pastoral works saying that “Anybody who takes pleasure in going from one place to another to spread the good news of God, can make use of them because as a young priest without means of transportation, I wonder what would have been like.