Kaduna Crisis

Catholic Priest & Muslim Security Guard Risk Lives To Save Citizens In Heat Of Kaduna Crisis

In the heat of the Kaduna crisis, a Catholic Priest and a Muslim security guard attached to Keystone bank have received accolades for risking their lives to save Christians and Muslims respectively.

It didn’t matter whether they were Christians or Muslims, the cleric and the guard put humanity first and rescued people from the mob that was after them.

Facebook user, Mr Ado, shared the 2 instances that happened simultaneously.

“The heroic actions of some Muslims and Christians are good indications that Kaduna State will prevail,” he wrote.

“In the heat of the crisis Mallam Mohammed Sani a security guard with the Keystone Bank on Sunday 21st October 2018 at the risk of his life rescued over 20 Christians from the mob  and for refusing to allow the mob attack them, Sani was injured. But he was unyielding in his resolve to save innocent people from harm.

“In the other part of Kaduna town, precisely Television Area Reverend Father Augustine Ghado of St. Matthews Catholic Church was re-enacting a similar act of bravery, by saving the lives of Muslims who had been trapped in the area. He fed and sheltered them until the security agencies escorted them to safety.

“These acts are clear indications that Kaduna State would overcome it’s challenges.”

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