Kukah: Investigate cleric now, Tiv Youth council tells police

Kukah: Investigate cleric now, Tiv Youth council tells police

- Bishop Hassan Kukah has attracted a lot of tongue-lashing over his coup comment on President Buhari

- A Tiv socio-political group has gone as far as calling for a swift investigation of Kukah following his remark

- The group added that the cleric is calling for lawlessness by suggesting an overthrow of the current government

Pay Attention: Join Legit.ng Telegram channel! Never miss important updates!

The Tiv Youth Council Worldwide has called on the police and all security agencies to investigate Bishop Hassan Kukah for calling for an overthrow of President Muhammadu Buhari's government.

In a press release by the council's convener, Honourable Mike Msuaan, it decried Kukah's agitation which is it sees as an effort to pitch the north against the south and thereby birth anarchy

Musuaan, therefore, called for the cleric's immediate and thorough cross-questioning.

Kukah: Investigate cleric now, Tiv Youth council tells police
A socio-political group in Tiv has called for an investigation of Bishop Kukah (Photo: Bishop Hassan Kukah)
Source: UGC

He said:

"The present administration met a very terrible security situation in the country which included the bombing of churches and mosques, schools and other public infrastructure.
"The security has improved to a level that bombings have stopped and the insurgents have been thrashed to cowardly attacks on soft spots."

The socio-political group expressed shock as to why Kukah has failed to commend the present administration in the area of security, especially in the rescue of some of the Chibok girls and all the Kankara boys from the captivity of terrorists.

Speaking further, the group asked security agencies to place Bishop Kukah on the security watch list and investigate his activities. The group warned Kukah to desist from playing politics on the pulpit.

PAY ATTENTION: Install our latest app for Android, read best news on Nigeria’s #1 news app

The group accused Kukah of working for the interest of enemies of the country and sowing seeds of division at a time well-meaning Nigerians across regional, ethnic and religious divides are working and praying for peace in the country.

Meanwhile, the governor of Nasarawa, Abdullahi Sule, had called on President Muhammadu Buhari to solicit the help of the Chadian army.

During an interview on Sunday, December 27, Governor Sule revealed that the participation of the foreign soldiers in the battle against insurgents had been successful.

Can Nigerian Soldiers really not deal with Boko Haram fighters? | Legit TV

Source: Legit

Online view pixel