He said he himself who had testified several times before the Congress had been subjected to worse attacks by the Muhammadu Buhari regime, including the plot to revoke his Nigerian passport.
Browsing: Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah
Bishop Kukah in a virtual interaction recently had appealed to the US Congress, saying that President Muhammadu Buhari had become helpless in tackling Nigeria’s security challenges.
This is disappointing and unacceptable and, if not handled properly, has the potential of leading to a major religious conflagration and crisis. I say this because Kukah is deeply loved by millions from all over the country and the Christian community rever and adore him.
The former Publicity Secretary of the APC in Niger State said it was unfortunate that some “political contractors” are also picking holes in what Kukah preached, adding that it was “the truth and sincere assessments of the present situation in the country. The country is worse than it was six years ago.”
“My worry is that President Buhari thought and probably still thinks corruption is stealing money, and the people stealing money are largely bureaucrats or government officials,” Bishop Kukah said, comparing the current approach of the President to his failed efforts in 1984 when he was Military Head of State
A former Governor of Delta State, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, has reconciled with renowned economist, Prof. Pat Utomi. Uduaghan and Utomi…
The cleric spoke in Abuja during the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Northern States Governors Forum, represented by Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State, with the ProFuturo Foundation, an educational training centre, which aims to improve the lives of children across the world
Soyinka equally condemned the handling of the crisis in Southern Kaduna by President Muhammadu and the Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai
It was therefore very shocking to us to read that the Commission’s spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, released a press statement wherein he alluded a lot of things supposedly said by the Catholic cleric and wove disheartening lies around them
He made the remark on Monday during an unscheduled visit to the Commission’s detention facility and clinic, where he felicitated with some of the detainees
A prominent member of the National Peace Committee, Archbishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, had last week after a meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari suggested that past political office holders accused of corruption should be pardoned
Kukah, who was a guest speaker at the second NGF retreat holding in Sokoto, made the call on Saturday, saying it was imperative for the forum to remain united
Whatever our wishes, whatever we know or do not know, our beloved Sir Patrick Yakowa will not come back to us. We can only look forward to when we shall go to him