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Palliatives won’t fix Nigeria’s problems – Kukah tells Tinubu

 

Bishop Hassan Kukah has charged President Bola Tinubu to
tackle corruption and insecurity, saying palliatives will not solve Nigeria’s
problems.

 

Kukah, the Bishop of Sokoto Catholic Diocese noted that “The
problems of Nigeria are deep-seated, and are based on a culture of corruption
that has become the foundation stone of governance.”

 

The fiery cleric made this known in his 2023 Christmas
sermon, insisting that Nigerians want “evidence they can see and touch” and are
“tired of promises and stories.”

 

“You must rid the public service of criminals who have
turned the opportunity to serve into an ignoble enterprise. We concede that
there are millions of decent men and women who genuinely wish to serve but are
crushed by the deadweight of corrupt ogas at the top who use corruption as
their oxygen! This surgery must happen if you are to succeed in any of your
dreams of delivering much-needed services to our people,” he said.

 

Kukah also lamented the spate of “senseless” killings and
abductions across the country, urging Tinubu to stop the bloodshed and restore
the sanctity of life.

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