Bishop Kukah: Nigeria is one of the most insecure places to be born Into

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Most Reverend Mathew Kukah, the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, has described Nigeria as one of the most insecure places in the world to be born into. Kukah, while lamenting that Nigeria has become the poverty capital of the world, said nothing is working well in the country. Nigerian Tribune reports that Kukah made this statement on Friday, October 4 in Lagos at the third annual conference of the Guild of Corporate Online Publishers (GOCOF) with the theme ‘Economy, Security and National Development: The Way Forward’.

Kukah said security can only be guaranteed when a nation has good economy and a country can only thrive when it is secured.

Kukah said there is a general belief that despite efforts being made for a better Nigeria, things are not working as it should. He went on to describe Nigeria as the poverty capital of the world and wonder what can be done to turn the fate of the country around. “We are one of the most insecure places to be born into. We can go on with the reading of the book of lamentation,” he said.

Kukah said there is a general belief that despite efforts being made for a better Nigeria, things are not working as it should. He went on to describe Nigeria as the poverty capital of the world and wonder what can be done to turn the fate of the country around. “We are one of the most insecure places to be born into. We can go on with the reading of the book of lamentation,” he said.


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