The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria has given the Federal government a 14-day ultimatum to fish out the killers of RCCG evangelist, Eunice of Olawale.
Olawale was hacked to death while she was preaching in the early hours of Saturday July 9th around her residence in Gbazango community in Kubwa satellite town in Bwari council area, Abuja.
Speaking at press conference in Abuja on Tuesday July 12th, the chairman of Kubwa Zone of the association, Polycarp Inji, said that if the authorities fail to carry out a thorough investigation into the murder, the church will be left with no other option than to take appropriate legal action and also adopt other options to defend themselves. He said the attack is designed to silence Christians in Kubwa
“Our understanding of the situation is that it is designed to intimidate, frustrate and create fears in the body of Christ in Kubwa to the extent that we will not arise to carry out our divine mandate to preach and spread the gospel of Christ” he stated.
The Christian body also urged the acting Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, to reinforce the police presence in Kubwa and its environs
“All the suspected miscreants and criminals who murdered our sister late Deaconess Eunice Mojisola Elisha must be traced, arrested and prosecuted to serve as a deterrent to others, because justice must be done and must be seen done.
If these kinds of acts of gruesome murder of our members continue unabated it might spiral into undesired effects and unpalatable consequences.” he said