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PFN Asks Ogun Churches to Be Security Conscious

Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has asked churches in Ogun state to be security conscious following attack on a Catholic church at Owo in Ondo state.

The state PFN chairman, apostle David Otairu, in a statement by the publicity secretary, pastor Felix Agbesanwa, urges every member to create a security intelligence unit.

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According to the PFN chairman, those to be appointed into the intelligence unit by churches must be trained to be proactive, efficient, and security conscious during and after church services.

The association particularly asks churches, which have camps located in secluded areas, to be security con take proactive measures to secure themselves.

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