Friday, 12 May 2017 18:31

U.S Westminster Institute holds off-record meeting with Bishop Dogo over Southern Kaduna massacre

Per Second News-----The Westminster Institute Thursday night held an off-the-record meeting with Bishop Marcus Dogo of the Anglican Diocese of Kafachan, Kaduna State.

Present at the meeting: The Institute's Director Robert Reilly, Defense Expert and former advisor to the U.S President, U.S Think Tanks, members of Congress,  Per Second News publisher, Femi Soneye, Bishop Julian Dobbs Of Cana East Diocese, Church Of Nigeria, Mr Horatius Egua, Publisher, Frontiersnews;Senior journalists and media practitioners in Washington.

The participants agreed to an off-the-record classification for the meeting with gruesome slides showing horrific unprovoked killing of women, children and men by herdsmen in the Southern Kaduna area.

 

U.S Westminster Institute holds off-record meeting with Bishop Dogo over Southern Kaduna massacre 

 (Mr Horatius Egua, Publisher, Frontiersnews; Bishop Julian Dobbs, Bishop Dogo, Per Second News publisher, Femi Soneye and Former U.S president advisor and director Westminster Institute, Robert Reilly)

 

The tragedy and killings is guaranteed to shock even an audience habituated to graphic war violence on television, and in film and video games, said a guest present at the Washington metro area meeting.

The Westminster Institute was established in 2009 to promote individual dignity and freedom for people throughout the world by sponsoring high-quality research, with a particular focus on the threats from extremism and radical ideologies. 

Bishop Dogo gave first-hand report on what has been happening in his diocese. He believes it is urgent to avoid another Rwanda or Kosovo in Nigeria and Southern Kaduna in particular.
 
 
Bishop Dogo graduated from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria. He was called up for mandatory one year national youth service corps and he served in Oyo State from 1993 to 1994. In 1998 he joined the ministry of the Anglican Church as an Evangelist. The same year he was sent to the Archbishop Vining College Theology Akure in the Western Nigeria for the basic ordination diploma program. He graduated from Vining in 2000 and was made Deacon in June of the same year. He was ordained as a priest in the Diocese of Wusasa in 2001. Since then he has worked as a priest in the rural churches.
 
 
In 2006 he was preferred a Canon and in 2008 he was preferred a Venerable of the Cathedral of St. Lukes Birnin Kebbi. While in Kebbi he was privileged to be one of the pioneer students of the Crowther Graduate Theological Seminary Abeokuta, where he obtained a masters degree in Divinity M. Div in 2010 and a Masters degree in theology M.Th in 2012. While serving as the Arch Deacon of the cathedral he was elected and announced the second Bishop of the Diocese of Kafanchan.

 

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