The Catholic Arch Bishop of Sokoto, Bishop Mattew Kukah, has decried the level of insecurity across the country. The clergyman charged the government to rise up to the challenges as the situation is getting worse by the day.
Speaking during Sunday service, Bishop Kukah expressed that the country is broken and decomposing. He accused President Muhammadu Buhari of being complecent in the fight against Boko Haram.
According to him, "Nigeria is a broken country. It is decomposing from within. Our heart is broken and lives are haemorrhaging by the day. We cannot go on like this. The country and people have become so traumatised and sedated by horrible news, that have now become comfortable in ‘this swamp of evil'."
The clergyman said that he wonders why the federal government is yet to reveal the sponsors of Boko Haram, haven claimed to have discovered those behind the insurgency in the North East.
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