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Adesina Replies Bishop Kukah, Says to Blame Others for Rising Corruption in Nigeria

Adesina Replies Bishop Kukah, Says to Blame Others for Rising Corruption in Nigeria

Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, has replied to the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Kukah, saying that he (Kukah) should not blame Buhari for the ever-increasing corruption rate in the country but blame himself as a priest and his adherents for failing his job as a moral authority and guide.

Adesina, in his usual defense of his leader on Friday, December 30, noted in his latest article that if Kukah was successful in his duty as a priest, then his followers would simply be less prone to corruption.

Adesina’s retort is in reaction to Bishop Matthew Kukah’s recent statement that President Buhari was leaving Nigeria far more vulnerable than when he came into office adding that Buhari had failed to fight corruption despite the promises he made in 2015 to Nigerians.

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But, Adesina’s response titled “KUKAH, DON’T COOK ME NONSENSE,” said the Bishop had been accused several times of being a political priest with a propensity for PDP and that was possibly the prism from which he saw ‘blurry’ things while also insisting that Buhari had stabilized Nigeria and fought corruption without breaching the constitutional provisions in the process.

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