Kukah tackles Nigerian leaders for abandoning citizens’ welfare

The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Kukah, on Monday, slammed Nigerian leaders for caring much less in regards to the welfare of the residents.

Kukah, who featured in a Tv Continental (TVC) programme on Monday, additionally condemned the leaders for utilizing faith to oppress, and divide Nigerians.

The cleric is likely one of the main critics of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration over its poor dealing with of the nation’s safety and financial challenges.

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Kukah stated: “There’s a drawback between irresponsible leaders who don’t wish to govern correctly and irresponsible Christian non secular leaders who’ve now seen faith as a device of oppression as an alternative of a device for liberation.

“This has been the thrust of my argument as a result of these are two areas of examine. With all sense of modesty, I’ve spent a part of my life learning theology and learning faith and society.

“The Nigerian State has proved itself to be incompetent, grossly malfunctioning, unable, and unwilling to commit the welfare of residents because the principal foundation of governance.”

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