May 28, 2024


The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, voiced concerns over the hardships faced by Nigerians due to current policies during a visit to President Bola Tinubu. Despite acknowledging the challenges, he expressed hope that adjustments would be made to prioritize the welfare of citizens.

Following a closed-door meeting with President Tinubu at the presidential Villa, Abuja, Bishop Kukah urged the President to enhance communication with the populace regarding the timeline for policy effectiveness. Reflecting on Tinubu’s administration as it nears its first anniversary, Kukah emphasized the complexities of the current situation and the need for gradual improvement.

Addressing the political crisis in Rivers State, Bishop Kukah stressed the resilience of Nigerians and their ability to overcome challenges. He underscored the importance of politicians resolving their disputes while expressing optimism for the future of Rivers State.

Regarding his visit to the statehouse, Bishop Kukah clarified that he and the director of the Kukah Centre discussed plans for a national cohesion conference with the President. The conference aims to address the theme of national unity and foster dialogue on critical issues affecting Nigeria’s progress.

Bishop Kukah’s engagement with President Tinubu underscores the importance of open dialogue and collaboration in addressing national concerns and promoting unity across diverse segments of society.

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