The Nigerian Supreme Council for Ecclesiastical Affairs (NSCEA) and the entire Christians have disassociated themselves from plot to Islamize Nigeria.
The Statement Reads “Nigerian Supreme Council for Ecclesiastical Affairs (NSCEA) and the entire Christians in Nigeria are the claimant herein, and we make this claim in good faith as individuals and as a group.
“That we wish to affirm that we the entire Nigerian Christendom known as the Body of Christ in the entire Nigerian nation from the West, East, South and North, in the six geopolitical zones of the nation of over three hundred (300) ethnic tribes and over five hundred (500) languages present in Nigeria, West Africa, as represented by the Nigerian Supreme Council for Ecclesiastical Affairs (NSCEA) and all other Christian leaders here present and in proxy”.
“That as we rise from the joint meeting of the Christian leaders and elders in Nigeria, the NSCEA Council with Elders of the Executive Board of Nigerian Supreme Council for Ecclesiastical Affairs (NSCEA), and representatives of Christian Judicial Research Institute (CJRI), chaired by the Chairman of Elders Council of NSCEA, Pa. Prof. Olusola Ajolore and co-chaired by the President of NSCEA, Bishop Prof. Alubi Worusa Esq., so held as scheduled at our Secretariat, on Sunday 14th. February, 2021 at FCT, Abuja, Nigeria”.
“That we declare and affirm that we hereby resolved and agreed in unison, following critical deliberations on the Federal Republic of Nigeria and documents on Navy Commodore Ebitu Ukiwe as regards the issue of Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) not ever discussed at any National Executive meetings or parliaments in the past, that we citizens of Nigeria hereby disassociate ourselves, our children, born and unborn, from any and every form of involvement, participation, membership whether in part or in full, overt or covert, in connection with Muslims, Islam or islamization of Nigeria and Nigeria as an Islamic state, but a multi-religious and secular state as in the constitution”.
That we disassociate ourselves and all our heirs from anything and everything that has been signed anywhere before, now or shall thereafter be signed as:
- Nigeria membership of Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
- Nigeria membership of Islamic Military Alliance to Fight Against Terrorism.
- Nigeria membership of Development ‘8’ otherwise called (Eight Developing Islamic Countries).
- Nigeria membership of Islamic Development Bank.
- Nigeria membership of Islamic Bond otherwise known as SUKUK or funds from Islamic Development Bank, etc.,
Whether by individual(s), or group(s), representative(s), organisation(s), association(s) or government(s) or such as it may be towards islamization of Nigeria and Nigeria as an Islamic state.
That we verily believe that it is in the interest of justice, peaceful and harmonious co-existence of all the peoples of Nigeria, towards restructuring or regionalisation, that as we as a group and individuals are committed to our faith, our convenant with the Almighty God, that Jesus Christ is Lord forever, and that on the freedom of Religion and Religious worship and association provisions of the Nigerian constitution we stand.
That any previous information is hereby declared null and void and that all relevant authorities should take note; that this disclaim is made for record and official purposes and the general public should please take note.
That we make this disclaim conscientiously believing the same to be true and correct.
Long live Christianity, the Church in Nigeria and entire African continent; with support from African Association for Ecclesiastical Affairs (AAEA).
Pa. Prof. Olusola Ajolore
Bishop Prof. Alubi Worusa Esq.
Bishop Prof. M. Olufunmilayo Adesanya Davies
Arch Bishop Dr. Ben Nimi John Fyneface
Bishop Dr. Michael Amamieye