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President Tinubu’s Policies Painful To Nigerians But Not Intended – Bishop Kukah

Bishop Mathew Hassan Kukah

Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, has called on President Bola Tinubu to communicate with Nigerians when the numerous policies he has been churning out will start yielding positive results.

Bishop Kukah highlighted the widespread pain caused by recent policy decisions, saying that they are unintended but stressing the need for clear communication.

Speaking when he visited the Presidential on May 14 to discuss an upcoming conference on national cohesion organized by the Kukah Centre, he.emphasized the necessity of improving government communication to help Nigerians understand the timeline for relief and improvements.

Addressing newsmen shortly after conferring with the President, Bishop Kukah reflected on Tinubu’s first year in office, saying that while one year is insufficient to fully judge an administration, the current hardships faced by Nigerians are palpable.

He advised Nigerians to be patient, reminding them that building a good society takes time and that there are ongoing commitment to positive developments.

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Regarding the political crisis in Rivers State, Bishop Kukah downplayed the situation, suggesting that politicians often resolve their conflicts independently. He expressed his hope for the state’s swift recovery and continued significance in Nigeria.

Kukah’s message underscored the importance of government transparency and the need for patience as the country navigates its current challenges.

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