Amid Lame Policies and Glaring Hardship, Reverend Kukah Says One Year Not Enough To Judge Tinubu’s Govt

The Bishop of Sokoto Catholic Diocese and Founder of the Kukah Centre, Right Reverend Matthew Kukah, says one year is not enough to pass judgement onBola Tinubu’s government.


Bishop Kukah stated this in an interview with State House Correspondents shortly after meeting with Bola Tinubu at the Presidential Villa Abuja to discuss an upcoming event organized by the Kukah Centre to address the topic of national cohesion.

He said while the administration is providing solutions to the myriad of the challenges, Nigerians need to get a sense of how soon they expect to breathe a sigh of relief.

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In his words, ““I’m sure that many people will tell you that one year is not enough to make a judgement. However, from where we all stand, we know that we are all in a very difficult situation.

“Nigerians are in various levels of pain and they are pains that are unintended. But, they are as a result of certain policy decisions that hopefully, with time, can be amended in order to serve the welfare of ordinary people,” Bishop Kukah explained.

He, however, added that the government needs to communicate to Nigerians when it will fix the current socioeconomic challenges in the country.

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