Dr. Matthew Hassan Kukah, Sokoto Diecese’s Catholic Bishop has lamented the killing of Nigerians by whom he call the enemies of the nation.
Dr. Kukah called for solidarity in such difficult time while he was in a Catholic Church in Gandi town. He donated relief materials to the Internally Displaced Persons from Tabanni Village in the Rabah LG area. He further advised that the Federal Government should work out a more formidable measure capable of faltering the ugly trend.
“What we have come here to do as a Christian community is to respond to disaster within our limited resources. The tragedy has already happened. We are here on solidarity. We are not here to apportion blame. The governor, Sultan and other prominent personalities have already been here. And this show of solidarity is important to send out the message to this men and women of evil intentions that we are together. We will only continue to call on the Federal Government to do more and protect us. Our people are dying aimlessly and mindlessly. This is another farming season, but now, people cannot go back to their farms. There is evidence of another looming agricultural disaster,” he said.