- The life of a Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Vitus Borog, was interrupted by suspected terrorists in Kaduna State.
- This was confirmed by Rev. Fr Christian Emmanuel of the Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria through a statement
- Meanwhile, during a raid on the farm of Prison Farm, Kujama, along the Kaduna-Kachia Road< murdered /strong>
One piece of news that would sadden many is that suspected terrorists have murdered another Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Vitus Borogo, Kaduna State.
Vanguard reports that the incident occurred at Prison Farm, Kujama, along Kaduna-Kachia Road, after the farm was raided.
In a statement by Rev. Christian Emmanuel of the Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria, the deceased was 50 years old.
In the statement reads:
“It is with a heavy heart but with total submission to the will of God that we announce the death of Rev. Fr. Vitus Borogo, a sad event that took place today at Prison Farm, Kujama, Occurred on Kaduna-Kachia Road, after a terrorist raid on the farm Until his death, Father Vitus (aged 50) was a chaplain of the Catholic Community of Kaduna State Polytechnic and Chairman of the Nigerian Catholic Diocesan Priests Association (NCDPA) , Kaduna Chapter.
“Reverend Matthew Man-Oso Ndagoso, who ca tholische Archbishop of Kaduna, offers his condolences to the immediate family, the NFCS family of Kaduna Polytec hnic, and indeed the entire Kaduna Polytechnic community; and assures them of his brotherly closeness and prayers.
“Details of his funeral will be announced as soon as possible. In the meantime, we entrust his soul to the maternal intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary and call on all men and women of good will to continue to pray for the peaceful rest of his soul and for the consolation of his bereaved family, especially his mother.”< / blockquote>
Boko Haram: Abubakar Shekau’s name reappears as Chibok girls talk about Sambisa forest
Two rescued Chibok girls, Mariam Dauda and Hauwa Joseph , who were kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014, spoke about their ordeal in the forest of Sambisa and how they were married to terrorists at a young age.
During a press conference at Command -and- Maimalari Cantonment Control Center in Maiduguri on Tuesday, June 21, both girls said that they and other kidnapped girls had gone through hell at the hands of the insurgents.
Whereas Mariam claimed she personally Having seen the late Abubakar Shekau, leader of the terrorist group, while he was still alive, Hauwa noted that she only saw him on a laptop, issuing orders to his subordinates.
Tension, fear , as gunmen abducted two senior former Nigerian officials
It was reported that on Friday June 17, Toro, along with Garba Iliya, a former Golden Eaglets assistant coach, was kidnapped on Ryom Road.
It was discovered that both were former NFA general secretaries and Iliya traveled from Abuja to Bauchi where they attended the wedding ceremony of the son of a former NFF president, Alhaji Aminu Maigari.