BISHOP KUKAH: THIS GOVERNMENT LED BY PRESIDENT BUHARI, OWES THE NATION EXPLANATIONS

By: Valentine Adese (JP),

Bishop of Sokoto Catholic Diocese, Mathew Kukah, has lamented that nepotism characterized the administration of the President Muhammadu Buhari.

He explained that, there could have been a coup or war in the country if a non-Northern Muslim becomes a president and does a fraction of what Buhari did.

The Bishop made this known in his 2020 Christmas message titled, ‘A nation in search of vindication’, on Friday.

He said, “This government owes the nation an explanation, as to where it is headed, as we seem to journey into darkness. The spilling of this blood must be related to a more sinister plot that is beyond our comprehension. Are we going to remain hogtied by these evil men or are they gradually becoming part of a larger plot to seal the fate of our country?

“President Buhari deliberately sacrificed the dreams of those who voted for him to what seemed like a programme to stratify and institutionalise northern hegemony by reducing others in public life to second class status. He has pursued this self-defeating and alienating policy at the expense of greater national cohesion.

“Every honest Nigerian knows that there is no way any non-Northern Muslim President could have done a fraction of what President Buhari has done by his nepotism and gotten away with it.

“There would have been a military coup a long time ago or we would have been at war. The President may have concluded that Christians will do nothing and will live with these actions.

“He may be right and we Christians cannot feel sorry that we have no pool of violence to draw from or threaten our country. However, God does not sleep. We can see from the inexplicable dilemma of his North.”

You would recall that the Media has report that, there have been outrage over lopsided-appointments in the country under Buhari’s administration.

In June, eminent socio-cultural leaders from southern and middle-belt Nigeria sued the President for N50 billion over marginalization of the people of the region in the appointments to security, quasi-security agencies and “strategic agencies” of government.

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