The Catholic Laity Council of Nigeria (CLCN) rose from her 144th National Executive Council meeting held recently at the Holy Cross Cathedral, Pankshin Diocese, Pankshin, Plateau State, with the unanimous resolution to be bold to speak truth to power without fear or favour at all times. The Council condemned the activities of killer-herders, bandits, kidnappers and the proliferation of deadly weapons in the country, which has affected the socio-economic and political activities, as well as threatening the unity of Nigeria. The resolution signed by the CLCN Acting National President, Sir Vincent Adiel, KSJI and the National Secretary-General, Hon. (Sir) Henry H. Yunkwap, KSJI, JP condemned the rising cases of abduction of school children, which has grave implications on educational system, as they advised the Government to put in place welllaid security measures to curb the ugly trend. The Council equally frowned at the continuous suppression of the minority ethnic nationalities in Nigeria, especially in political appointments. The Council acknowledged that COVID-19 is real and lives with us, and therefore urged the citizens to adhere to all COVID-19 Protocols as prescribed by the government.