Only Corruption Is Alive Under Buhari – Bishop Kukah | Dailytrust

Only Corruption Is Alive Under Buhari – Bishop Kukah

BISHOP KUKAH 1-7.  ; President Muhammadu Buhari receives the  Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, BISHOP. Mathew Hassan Kukah in his office at the State House Abuja. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT. AUGUST 27 2015.
BISHOP KUKAH 1-7. ; President Muhammadu Buhari receives the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, BISHOP. Mathew Hassan Kukah in his office at the State House Abuja. PHOTO; SUNDAY AGHAEZE. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT. AUGUST 27 2015.

The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Most Rev Matthew Kukah, has alleged that every aspect of life in the country has been destroyed while corruption is enthroned under President Muhammadu Buhari.

He said this in his Easter message titled, ‘To mend a broken nation: The Easter metaphor’.

The bishop criticised the president over his government’s “inability to tackle insecurity and corruption”.

In his words, “Our dear country, Nigeria, still totters and wobbles as we screech towards a dangerous and avoidable canyon of dry bones. The real challenge is how to find the slippery rungs on the ladder of ascent so we can climb out.

“One would be tempted to ask, what is there to say about our tragic situation today that has not been said? Who is there to speak that has not spoken? Like the friends of Job, we stare at an imponderable tragedy as the nation unravels from all sides. The government has slid into hibernation mode.

“It is hard to know whether the problem is that those in power do not hear, see, feel, know, or just don’t care. Either way, from this crossroad, we must make a choice, to go forward, turn left or right or return home. None of these choices is easy, yet, guided by the light of the risen Christ, we can reclaim our country from its impending slide to anarchy.

“The challenge of fixing this broken nation is enormous and, as I have said, requires joint efforts. With everything literally broken down, our country has become one big emergency national hospital with full occupancy. Our individual hearts are broken. Our family dreams are broken. Homes are broken. Churches, Mosques, and infrastructure are broken. Our educational system is broken. Our children’s lives and future are broken. Our politics is broken. Our economy is broken. Our energy system is broken. Our security system is broken. Our Roads and Rails are broken. Only corruption is alive and well.

“The greatest challenge for Nigeria is not even the 2023 elections. It is the prospect for the reconciliation of our people. Here, the Buhari administration sadly has divided our people on the basis of ethnicity, religion, and region, in a way that we have never witnessed in our history. This carefully choreographed agenda has made Nigerians vulnerable and ignited the most divisive form of identity consciousness among our people. Years of friendships, cultural exchange, and collaboration built over time have now come under serious pressure from stereotyping.”

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