SRI LANKA CHRISTIANS ATTACKS AND THE LESSONS FOR NIGERIA.
The world and it's leaders must rise to unequivocally and vociferously condemn the Easter Sunday morning attacks in Sri Lanka. This time, it must do much for the 253 confirmed dead and 500 critically injured in the south Asian nation. The dastardly gory terror attack is now one of the deadliest ever executed in recent times on any religious group.
There is no mincing of words for this tragedy in Sri Lanka, as the attack was clearly perpetrated by Islamic extremists. It was clearly aimed at identifying and horribly exterminating a good number of Christians.
From Sri Lanka to France, Nigeria to Cameron, Turkey to even China, these sinister agenda against Christians by a supposed peaceful, yet violent religion, is expanding in magnitude and scope on the wings of a growing popularity, coupled with government cluelessness, laxity and apathy.
Thus, the pungency of such lukewarm diplomacy exhibited even by world leaders such as Barrack Obama and Hillary Clinton towards the slain Christians in Sri Lanka is dissatisfying. Whilst the nation and its defense system exposed itself as complacent and lax on the scorecard of proactiveness, it's reaction to the incident so far, holds hope of justice for the victims and their families.
Herein lies a lesson for Nigeria and adjoining nations who have faced similar terror issues, but failed woefully in curbing similar religious attacks and are neither proactive nor successfully reactive.
Let us hope she learns.
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