Buhari Reacts To Kukah's Comment At US Congress President Muhammadu Buhari has berated the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Kukah, over his comments during a meeting with members of the US Parliament. Naija News had reported that Kukah had told the US Congress that the Buhari administration is doing nothing to quell attacks on Christians which is on the increase.
(Photo Credit: Within Nigeria). President Buhari Makes New Approval. Recently, Suleiman Bogoro (Tertiary Education Trust Fund’s executive secretary) disclosed that President Buhari approved N8.5 billion for Nigerian universities to carry out research in medicine and other areas under NRF (the National Research Fund) scheme.
The Senior Special Adviser to Lagos State Governor on Drainage and Water Resources, Joe Igbokwe, has reacted after prominent Nigerian cleric, Bishop Kukah said Nigeria needs another political party for the 2023 presidency. Photo Credit: Google Recall that it was reported a few days ago that the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Kukah, called on all Nigerians to chase out the ruling party, APC in 2023.
Today's Headlines: FG Denies Asking Obi Cubana For Loan, Presidency Slams Kukah Over What He Told US
FG Denies Asking Obi Cubana For Loan The Nigerian Government has made a strong claim that the news making rounds on social media that the Government begged Obi Cubana for a loan is false. In a statement released by the Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, it was said that the Federal Government would never stoop so low to request a loan from an individual to solve the current economic challenges facing the country.
(Photo Credit: PUNCH) The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Kakuh in his address to the US Congress Commission had accused President Muhammadu Buhari of showing preference to people of his religion which according to the Bishop has worsened the relationship and rivalry between Muslims and Christians in Nigeria, the two major religions in the country.
Today's Headlines:Taliban Must Be Allowed To Settle Down-MURIC, Army Speaks On Recruiting Terrorists
Taliban Fighters Must Be Allowed To Settle Down -MURIC Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters ANigerian Islamic rights group, Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), has called on the public to ignore all forms of ongoing anti-Taliban propaganda emanating from the American government. MURIC accused the American government of carrying rumours that the new Taliban government in the country would embark on a mass execution of citizens of Afghanistan that stay behind after the airlifting process.
Photo credit: BBC The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Rev-Fr. Matthew Kukah is one of the most outspoken critics of the Buhari Government from inception. The fiery clergyman has been particularly tough on the government’s failure to quell the insecurity challenges in Northern part of Nigeria and elsewhere.
"There is no bias In Buhari's government, the cabinet is equally balanced"- Presidency replies Kukah
The Presidency has reacted to what a popular Catholic cleric, Matthew Kukah said during a virtual appearance before the United States Congress. Barely 4 days ago, Bishop Kukah alleged that the Buhari adminstration favoured Muslims over Christians. He also accused President Buhari of nepotism in key appointments.
There are indeed certain ways one may choose to react to some circumstances, two of such could either be through the harsh or gently way. Sometimes, the best approach may seem quite difficult to take, as it was the case of the presidency with the Bishop Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Kukah.
Military Releases Ex-Boko Haram Fighters. Photo Credit:Punch Newspapers The Military on Wednesday released 1,009 ex-Boko Haram insurgents, who had been in military custody at Giwa Barracks in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital. In addition, the former terrorists were handed over to the Borno State Government in a secret ceremony that was initially billed to take place at an earlier date but was suspended indefinitely by the military authorities at the wake of the appointment of the new COAS.
OPINION: 2 Controversial Statements Bishop Kukah Made During His Virtual Meeting With The U.S Congress
(Photo of Bishop Kukah. Credit: Daily Post Nigeria) Following a report from Daily Post Nigeria, Oluwapolycarp gathered that the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Kukah, in a virtual meeting with the US Congress in Washington, expressed concerns about the recent state of affairs in Nigeria, especially on the persecution of Christians by the dreaded Boko Haram terrorist group, bandits and other extremist groups in the North.
Alleged Persecution of Christians: Presidency responds to Bishop Kukah's claims he made before the US Congress
This is not the first time that the presidency and a prominent cleric have had a rainy day, even in April, after Bishop Kukah commented on the growing security situation. azzara in Nigeria. The Nigerian government has expressed frustration over remarks made by senior Christian a prominent cleric, Bishop Matthew Kukah before the US Congress on his country Nigeria.
The Federal Government has reprimanded Bishop Matthew Kukah, the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese over his recent statement about persecution of Christians in the Nigeria by terrorists in the Northern part of the country. On Wednesday, July 14, during his virtual presentation to Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, Washington DC, Bishop Kukah accused the Federal Government of Nigeria of nepotism.
Bishop Kukah's fallout with president Muhammadu Buhari might be the reason why he is painting president Muhammadu Buhari's administration as a "Nepotistic" administration. (Matthew Kukah, Credit; Google). Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah is the current Bishop of the Roman Catholic Church Diocese of Sokoto.
The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Kukah, while addressing the US Congress virtually has alleged that there is an upsurge in the killing of Christians in Nigeria under the administration of President Buhari. The Bishop claimed that even though there have been persecutions of Christians in Nigeria for over 10 years, the situation has worsened under President Muhammadu Buhari.
The displeasure expressed by many Nigerians about the government of president Muhammadu Buhari appears to be growing by the day. In the latest complain on the failings of the current APC led Federal government, outspoken Catholic priest, Bishop Matthew Kukah has faulted the government's handling of religious issues in the country.
Matthew Kukah, the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese has gone ahead to inform the United States Congress Commission about his lack of belief in the Buhari Administration. The bishop had stated whilst talking to the commission that he believes the Buhari administration to be helpless. He added that for the first time in the history of Nigeria, this would be the first time that the country, as well as its citizens, would notice that the three arms of government are being headed by Muslims.
Matthew Kukah who is the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese in Sokoto has reported the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari to the United States Congress concerning the high rate of insecurity in Nigeria. Kukah presented this report during a meeting with Congress in Washington, concerning the rate at which Christians are being maltreated especially in northern Nigeria.
Joe Igbokwe, the special adviser on drainage and water resources to the Lagos State governor, has reacted to the quote which was attributed to the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Most Rev. Mathew Kukah by The Nation. Picture used for illustration: Credit, Google The Nation earlier reported that the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese and founder of the Kukah Centre, Most Rev.
The Nigerian presidency has reacted angrily to a statement made by the Archbishop, of the Catholic Church in the Sokoto Matthew Kukah. Matthew Kukah said Muhammadu Buhari's administration had failed to address the, serious feminist challenge which contradicted his 2015 promise. Bishop Kukah made the remarks while delivering a seminar on how terrorists, are targeting Christians in Nigeria especially in the north.