The Church of Nigeria webpage has posted a RESPONSE TO ALLEGED ATTACKS ON CHANGING ATTITUDE LEADERS IN NIGERIA: by ARCHBISHOP BENJAMIN KWASHI. Read it for yourself.
(i) The Archbishop tries to turn the blame on what happened to members of Changing Attitudes Nigeria to themselves: "it would be helpful to consider that there may indeed be other reasons why certain individuals felt they had a score to settle with Mr. Mac-Iyalla."
(ii) There is no mention that the attacks were more than alleged (other than the comment above). Perhaps the Archbishop has lost his sense of pity and compassion. He may believe the attacks were "alleged", but it would have cost nothing to say that IF these alleged attacks are true he and the Church of Nigeria are both sorry and appalled.
What we get instead is this: "the Church of Nigeria is committed to the human rights of all people and will work to defend the human rights of every citizen of the country. We will not condone violence against people even though they behave in a way that is not acceptable to us and none of us wishes to be responsible (either directly or indirectly) for murder or violence perpetrated on another person."
That's nice. But it is no show of compassion, pity, or care. It ain't real.