(Daily Post) President Jonathan vows to secure release of kidnapped Anglican Archbishop

Posted by Kendall Harmon

President Goodluck Jonathan has vowed that the Federal Government would not rest until the abducted Anglican cleric, Most Reverend Ignatius Kattey of Niger Delta Diocese regains his freedom.

Jonathan disclosed that he was already in touch with the Heads of security agencies in the nation on how to facilitate his freedom.

The President who gave this assurance while delivering a message at the standing committee meeting of St. Peter’s Deanery, Yenagoa, expressed concern that Bishop Kattey was still in kidnappers’ den after many days.

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Posted September 13, 2013 at 5:00 am [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. New Reformation Advocate wrote:

This is certainly encouraging.  I can only say “Good luck!” to President Goodluck Jonathan.  May God grant him success in securing the release and safety of the archbishop.

David Handy+

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