Bishop Matthew Kukah has expressed his disappointment towards Kogi state Governor, Yahaya Bello, stating he has failed to live up to expectations.
Speaking in an interview with Channels TV, the clergyman said Bello’s performance has not been a good example of what young people can achieve.
He said, “I feel very sad because Kogi has been the frontrunner, and Yahaya Bello, the governor, being the youngest governor, is in the presentation of what the youth of this country can do if they are given the opportunity.
“Sadly, I think he is being a very poor advertisement for what youth can do; whatever we do, we must always think about what we call the common good.”
Matthew Kukah also urged unions, churches, and moral authorities to come up to responsibility and act in the interest of all.
“I hope and pray that civil society organizations, unions, churches, and moral authorities must act in the common interests of everybody; without a country, there will be no trade unions or churches.
“All we need to know is to just look outside the window and see what is happening in the Middle East today. When elections go wrong, it is ordinary people who suffer,” he said.
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