Chris Ngige, minister for labour and employment, on Saturday said the federal government is making plans to ensure safety of lives and properties in worship centers in the country.
Ngige disclosed this in Amakwa, Ozubulu in Ekwusigo council when he led a delegation to commiserate with the people and government of Anambra.
He said the federal government would cooperate with Anambra to ensure that the culprits were brought to book.
The minister, who described the attack as heinous, wicked and sacrilegious, said the delegation would report back to the presidency.
He said the federal government would also work out a security framework that would protect worshipers anywhere in the country.
Ngige, who was briefed by the Bishop and Parish Priest of the church, Reverend Fr. Jude Onwuaso, said efforts would be made to forestall future recurrence.
In his remarks, the deputy governor said the church was praying for the repentance of the perpetrators.
He said government and the security agencies could go ahead with the hunt for the culprits, but as Christians, the diocese was praying that the masterminds should change their ways.
He called for prayers and support for the victims either directly to the affected families or through the church through its Victims’ Support Fund.
Other members of the delegation included the Minister of State for Education, Prof. Anthony Anwukah, the Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama and the Minister of State for Environment, Ibrahim Jubrin.