No solutions to Nigeria’s problems – Bishop Kukah

By Editor on 11/12/2018

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The current Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Kukah, says there are no solutions to Nigeria’s problems.

Bishop Kukah said all the nation has are coping mechanisms to deal with the problems more appropriately.

Asked if the solution to Nigeria’s problems is the restructuring of the nation, the Bishop said: “Anybody pretending that restructuring is the solution to our problems… it isn’t, because there are no solutions.

“They are coping mechanisms that you can design.

“People focus on power, but the irony now, if we don’t know, is that somebody has written a fine book, we are seeing the end of power in the way and manner that we understand it.

“Here in Nigeria, people think of power and they think about it in the relation to the ability to give a big cheque, the ability to sign a contract, ability to people in NNPC, ability to give oil wells.

“This is absolute nonsense because it doesn’t carry with it the moral authority. The most important thing, of course, is that… ok, look at the day Mark Zuckerberg went to Congress, it affected the stock market.

“Now, the mystery, the mistake of power no longer exists; if you talk about restructuring, again, we are captives of vocabulary, and by the time you translate it, then it becomes a problem”, Kukah said.

Posted 11/12/2018 11:34 PM

 

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