Pope Francis has requested President Muhammadu Buhari to guarantee the security from every Nigerian resident.
Talking at Wednesday’s overall crowd at the Vatican City, the Pope censured the instability in northern Nigeria and communicated fortitude with Nigerians over the killings in Kaduna state at the end of the week.
On Sunday, outlaws assaulted Madamai and Abun people group in Kaura LGA of Kaduna state, killing 34 inhabitants.
Eight individuals supported wounds during the assault while around 20 houses were said to have been scorched by the criminals.
The Pope appealed to God for the individuals who lost their lives in the assault and said he trusted the security of residents will be ensured.
“I learnt with torment the information on the outfitted assaults that occurred last Sunday against the towns of Madamai Abun in Northern Nigeria,” he said.
“I appeal to God for the individuals who have kicked the bucket, for the harmed and for the whole Nigerian populace. I trust that the nation consistently ensures the security of every one of its residents.”
The Pope has lately censured kidnappings and assaults in Nigeria.
In February, he censured the grabbing of in excess of 300 understudies of Government Girls Secondary School, Jangebe in Talata-Mafara nearby government space of Zamfara state, which he portrayed as “abhorrent”.