The Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Mathew Hassan Kukah has said that President Muhammadu Buhari is leaving Nigeria more vulnerable than when he came into office in 2015.The fiery Bishop made the allegations in his Christmas message delivered on Sunday.
Although he commended the President for the effort he made in the area of infrastructure and in seeking to end malfeasance in the electoral processes, Kukah accused Buhari’s government of looking away on the dubious Jihadists holding the nation to ransom.
The bishop appealed to those seeking elective offices to cooperate with institutions tasked with the responsibilities for conducting free and fair elections And prayed to God to rebuild the lives of Nigerians who regained freedom from bandits and other terrorists just as he prayed for divine rest for those who did not return.He further prayed for the quick release of those still in captivity.
Bishop Kukah harped on the need for religious faithfuls to exchange visits to their places of worship saying it could inspire confidence.
He advised the electorate to examine the politicians and assess their honesty before voting for them. DAILY TRUST