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Cleric To Buhari: Resign Now If You Can’t Fix Nigeria’s Insecurity






(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – As the current insecurity situation in parts of Nigeria continues unabated, the Anglican Bishop of Enugu Diocese Most Rev (Dr) Emmanuel Olisa Chukwuma has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to resign from office honorably if he cannot tackle the menace.

The Delta state born outspoken cleric who expressed worry over the development, said it is sad and disheartening seeing innocent citizens being killed on daily basis by unknown armed men in parts of Nigeria, including South East Nigeria.

Chukwuka, said the best thing for the president to do is to throw in the towel honorably if he feels the situation has overwhelmed him.

According to him, the level of insecurity across the country has become worrisome and disturbing, adding that Nigeria is currently sitting on a keg of gun powder, and may explode any time if nothing is done to address the situation.

He further warned that if nothing is done urgently the situation will degenerate and may lead to revolution.

Addressing a press conference to mark his 31st years of Episcopal as a Bishop, Chukwuma expressed regrets that the federal government has failed to live up to its responsibilities.



“Buhari has failed Nigerians in all ramifications. We have lost confidence. We have lost confidence in the economy, we have lost confidence in security, we have lost confidence in the system.

The Buhari led federal government has failed Nigerians in Agricultural sector, education, Health, and infrastructure, stressing that there is need for government to declare a state of emergency in security.

“Unless something is done fast we are in trouble. Our government has become so selfish, so materialistic, so unconcerned and insensitive to the needs of the people in this country.

“People are suffering and that doesn’t help us at all. So as I celebrate my 31 years as a bishop, I am speaking out again and saying that all is not well with Nigeria.

“The government must do something to improve lives and then stop this insecurity and we are praying.”

On the incessant killings and attacks on critical public infrastructure in the South- East geo political zone, the fearless  Bishop urged all the leaders and people of the zone in the five states of  Enugu, Abia, Imo Anambra Ebonyi states to work as a team to secure the lives and properties of residents of the area.


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