ROME — The newest cardinal from Nigeria has condemned a deadly terrorist attack on a Protestant church at a local military base, lamenting the lack of security in the country.
“Once again, a great tragedy has taken place; but, in this case, the circumstances are particularly worrisome,” Cardinal John Onaiyekan of Abuja told Aid to the Church in Need in Rome Nov. 26.
“This attack took place within one of the highest military establishments in Nigeria, surely one of the most secure premises you can think of,” he added.
“It seems that this kind of attack could happen anywhere.”
On Sunday, two suicide bombers detonated two explosives-laden vehicles at St. Andrew's Protestant Church...READ MORE