“Save Radio Nigeria from collapse”, Pastor cries out to FG.

Yohanna Buru, general overseer of Christ Evangelical Intercessory Fellowship Ministry, Sabo Tasha, Kaduna on Tuesday urged the federal government to save Radio Nigeria, Kaduna, from collapse.

Buru made the appeal at a launcheon he organised for journalists in Kaduna.

He also appealed to the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) and other elite in the region to help save the station, which was one of the legacies of Ahmadu Bello, late Premier of Northern Nigeria.

“We should not allow poor management to kill the spirit of Northern Nigeria’s pioneer broadcasting house, it is our duty to voice it out,” he said.

On Sourthern Kaduna crisis, Buru advised the government to stop bringing people from outside to dialogue over the issue and “not to see the problem from one direction.”

He commended journalists for their contributions towards bringing about peace and harmony in the state.

Dominic Uzo, a former secretary, Kaduna State Council of the NUJ, thanked Buru for organising the event.

He pledged that the union would continue to support any effort that would push for the restoration of peace in southern Kaduna and the country.