‘Why Removing President Buhari Won’t Solve Nigeria’s Problems’- Bishop Kukah

In accordance with Kukah, the options to Nigeria’s downside was for the complete political class to see energy as a belief given to them by the folks

Kukah stated: “Since 1999, once we returned to democracy, we had prayerfully hoped that by now we’d have lined lots of mileage however virtually 20 years later it appears to be fairly a little bit of tragedy.

“Constructing a nation is like staying in marriage or pursuing any vocation in life that requires tons and many endurance and onerous work. “On the problem of 2019 and the third pressure coalition, I reiterate that if each time you’ve gotten downside in your marriage you go forward to marry a brand new spouse, what number of wives will you find yourself marrying?

“The answer to dangerous marriage will not be a brand new marriage. I’m speaking as a Catholic priest. The issue with the APC is that it’s a coalition and that’s the reason it’s falling aside.

“The most important limitation in Nigeria is that the folks in energy really feel it’s them towards the remainder of Nigerians. Democracy has opened up an area, and as such anyone who holds energy holds that energy in custody and in thrust for the folks.

“Folks’s proper throughout our nation are pissed off with democracy; they’re pissed off as a result of it has not been in a position to supply them the hope they’d dreamt about. However we nonetheless should persuade our folks that it’s nonetheless possible for democracy to work. Nations of the world have tried theocracy, which is the federal government by Clergymen or Imams and have discovered these programs wanting. They’ve tried tyranny, apartheid and so forth. On the finish, everyone has agreed that democracy is the most effective system that approximates the software we require to handle range, particularly for a rustic like Nigeria.


Bishop of Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Bishop Mathew Kukah, on Thursday asserted that the removing of President Muhammadu Buhari from workplace was not the answer to issues plaguing Nigeria’s democracy.

He spoke at a public lecture which was organised by The Kukah Centre in Abuja with the theme “Easy methods to make Democracy[nextpage title="2" ]

Work for Africa.’’

The clergyman stated establishing a ‘Third Drive’ coalition to merely produce a substitute to Buhari in 2019 wouldn’t repair the deficiencies of presidency.

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