The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has raised an alarm over what it described as presence of Boko Haram members in South-West region of the country.
The group said the terrorists are now targeting churches and mosques in the region.
This is coming as the group condemned the barbaric attack on the St. Francis Catholic Church Owo, on Sunday.
It called on the government to act decisively and arrest the attackers.
Recall that the attackers killed dozens of worshippers during Sunday service.
MURIC’s comment was revealed in a statement signed by its director, Professor Ishaq Akintola.
The statement read, “We strongly condemn this act of unprovoked aggression. It is inhuman, heinous, horrific and horrendous.
“We call for immediate arrest and prosecution of the attackers.”
The Muslim rights advocacy group called on the Inspector General of Police, IGP Usban Alkali Baba and the Ondo Police Command to find the killers without delay, insisting that the killers must have a hideout.
The group further appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to, without further delay, order the Nigerian Army to join in the search for these murderers
“This latest attack is indubitable evidence of the existence of Boko Haram in the South West after their penetration into Niger and Kogi States,” the group said.
“Going by Boko Haram modus operandi, we warn that mosques and more churches may be the next targets because this was how they started in the North. We, therefore, ask for protection for all churches and mosques in the region,” it added.
MURIC sympathised with families who have lost their loved ones in the attack and also prayed for the wounded who are receiving treatment in hospitals.
The rights group said it was standing in solidarity with the State governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu “in this hour of deep sadness”.