Featured Posts News

How Nigerians Can Tackle Insecurity – Bishop Kukah Reveals

Matthew Kukah, the Catholic Bishop of the Sokoto Diocese, has shared his thoughts on how Nigerians can deal with the widespread insecurity plaguing the nation.

He asserted that Nigerians must fight every agent responsible for the nation’s insecurity with every last drop of their blood in order to drive them out.

When the cleric gave the keynote address on Saturday at the Parents Summit of the 2023 Education Week in Edo State, news reporters learned that he had made this declaration.

The clergyman lamented how the country’s current level of instability has impacted schooling there.

2023: See What Bishop Kukah Said About Presidential Candidates Coming To Him


Kukah described the perpetrators of such insecurity as “a people of darkness that we must, as a country, fight with every drop of our blood to physically ensure that they are pushed back.”

He noted that Nigeria would not have any future without such resistance from the agents of insecurity.

He stated that “As we can see, our country is now being ravaged and threatened by the forces of darkness, those who have said no to humanity and those who have said no to education, whether they manifest themselves in the murderous and destructive excesses of Boko Haram or banditry.

“Not only have they destroyed the image of the country, they’ve destroyed the image of religion. They’ve made us victims and suspects. So, really, no distance is too much for me to cover when it comes to education.”


Follow us on Facebook



Post Disclaimer

The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the author and forum participants on this website do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Anaedo Online or official policies of the Anaedo Online.

Stories you may like