- Bishop Matthew Kukah says he is not against the current administration led by President Buhari as being speculated in some quarters
- During his annual end of the year media dialogue, Kukah declared he isn't in support of the way the president is handling the deplorable security situation
- The Archbishop of Sokoto Catholic Diocese maintained that he has a cordial relationship with the Nigerian leader
Sokoto - The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Kukah has said that he is not against President Muhammadu Buhari's administration.
He made the remark while fielding questions from newsmen at St Barkitha Catholic Secretariat Sokoto.
According to the Catholic priest, the situation in the country has become a house of horror with fear stalking homes, highways, cities, and communities as bandits and insurgents hurt people at will, Nigerian Tribune added.
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Kukah speaking about which region or religion produces the president, maintained that he was not bothered. He explained that he is only interested in good governance.
The cleric insisted that he had a cordial relationship with President Buhari, adding that sycophants were trying to sow the seed of discord between him and the administration.
Bishop Kukah challenges Buhari to tell Nigerians when insecurity will end
Legit.ng previously reported that Kukah once again criticised the current administration led by President Buhari.
In his Christmas message, the cleric expressed frustration at the unrelenting security challenge in the north, saying the region could soon become Arewanistan in view of the persistent killings.
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“Communities have been turned into gulags of misery, death, pain and perfidy. We must move quickly before Arewa, our beloved Arewa descends into Arewanistan.”
Buhari must release names of Boko Haram sponsors
Meanwhile, Kukah had raised concerns about the refusal of the President Buhari-led administration to release names of sponsors of Boko Haram terrorists.
Legit.ng reported that the Sokoto bishop said the administration is not sincere in dealing with terrorists killing Nigerians.
He declared that Nigeria is a broken country that's decomposing from within, adding that people cannot go on like this.