Nigeria 2023: Will Buhari’s failure to deliver on security hurt the APC’s election chances? – The Africa Report

By Kayode Aluko
Posted on Friday, 10 June 2022 23:11
No one saw it coming. While they bowed their heads for the closing prayers as instructed by the presiding priest that Sunday 5 June morning at the St. Francis Catholic Church in Nigeria’s south-western Ondo State, gunmen threw explosives into the church and then fired at everyone standing. At least 40 people have been confirmed dead, with dozens still being treated for their injuries.
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