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Buhari sacrificing Nigerians for northern interest – Kukah
Rev. Matthew Kukah, the Catholic Bishop, Diocese of Sokoto, has blasted President Muhammadu Buhari, said APC led administration has sacrificed the aspiration of citizens on the altar of nepotism by persevering Northern hegemony.
The bishop additionally stated Nigeria seemed to be leading the way for darkness under Buhari’s government, noting that the federal government should clarify the mystery behind the countless bloodbath within the nation brought by insecurity.
He depicted Nigeria as a rudderless nation where the residents transited in a boat without a captain or crew and with no maps and destination in sight.
Bishop Kukah made stated these on Friday in his Christmas statement christened, ‘A Nation in Search of Vindication.’
He asserted that Buhari’s apparent nepotism and dedication to strengthening the cores of northern hegemony had disastrous implications as distinguished northerners with a conscience had put forward the red flag, stating the results of his nepotism on national cohesion and trust.
He stated in opposition to the backdrop of Nigeria’s limitless miseries, the nation had turned into a country mired in desolation with the possibilities of a failed state glaring the residents in the face.
He, though, encouraged Nigerians not to surrender regardless of the pain, sorrow, and uncertainty within the land, enjoining them to wish to God to redeem the nation.
The bishop indicated that the current abduction of Kankara schoolboys in Katsina coupled with the absconding of schoolgirls in Chibok, Borno State and Dapchi, in Yobe State, had yet demonstrated the risks children are endangered to within the northern part of the country.