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JUST IN:Wounds of Civil War haven’t healed— Bishop Kukah

The Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Hassan Kukah, Thursday, said that the injuries of the common war have not been mended. Kukah unveiled this at a zoom meeting coordinated by Dele Momodu of the Ovation Magazine and Mazi Ezeoke.

Talking on the subject: The Second never again meeting: 51 years after Nigerian-Biafran Civil war, the frank Bishop, educated Nigerians to aggregate a set of experiences regarding the nation, noticing that realizing the set of experiences will quiet/misgiving the desire for brutality. Kukah who has been on the media for scrutinizing the current organization and proffering answers for the issues of the nation noticed that Nigerians and obviously their chiefs are not content with the current circumstance of the nation.

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He featured, poor monetary approaches, frailty and helpless schooling/wellbeing frameworks as issues upsetting the nation and encouraged the current organization to fix them. “We are bombing in practically all the areas. We should stand up and fix them”. Talking further, Kukah said that there is sufficient fault to go round, noticing that everybody ought to be accused for the current circumstance of the nation. In the event that we are stating NEVER AGAIN, we should distinguish some basic issues. We should have our set of experiences recorded or went about as a film. We should comprehend the part of religion in Nigeria. The issue of significance ought to likewise be of extraordinary quintessence. There ought to be ramifications for acceptable and terrible conduct.”

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SOURCES:Vanguard News Nigeria

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