After the morning mass, Pope Francis in the afternoon was due to meet victims of violence brought to Kinshasa from the east of the country.
According to reports, a militant group had claimed responsibility for the attack at the crowded mosque.
In addition to the FBI, the Pope would be protected by local police, the army, with support from the Vatican’s security services.
The cleric urged that other Nigerian leaders be treated by the people in similar way when they underperform.
Bishop of the Catholic diocese in Oyo said that governance and policies must have a human face.
Hassan Sule, son of Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa, is dead.
The Pope said that the criminalisation of homosexuality was “unjust.”
The Centre for Democracy and Development said that about 1,080 repentant Boko Haram members had so far benefited from its intervention.
The forum called on the Oyo State government to establish Shariah Court since it has established Customary Court.
Rev. Nkechi Nwosu will serve as Bishop of Jos Diocese.