Cook’s claim of nepotism may have undesirable consequences
Mohammed warned that a religious leader should avoid making statements that could “have unintended consequences.”
Matthew Kukakh was attacked after criticizing President Muhammad, and the bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto was warned to refrain from actions that could “cause unintended consequences.”
The warning is issued by Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed in response to Cook’s remark about the Bukhari government, arguing that the president is handling the country’s affairs with clear nepotism.
In a statement titled “FG Urges Religious Leaders to Avoid Messages of Disharmony,” the minister said that it is inappropriate for religious leaders to extinguish the embers of disunity and hatred.
Legit.ng recalls that in his Christmas message on Friday, December 25, entitled the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, he stated that “there is no non-Muslim leader who can do even a small part of what President Bukhari has done. his nepotism got away with it. “
Kukakh’s criticism came against the backdrop of backlash following the president’s political appointment and the country’s security situation.
But in a swift response, the Minister of Information and the head of the All-Progressive Congress (APC) said that it would be “awkward and ungodly for any religious leader to use the Christmas season, which is the time of peace, as fuel. coals of hatred, sectarian conflict and national disunity. “
“While some religious leaders, as human beings, may not be able to disguise their preferences for national leadership, they should refrain from stigmatizing a leader they have never supported, using hackneyed accusations and denials of nepotism or anything else.”
The priest said that the Almajiris in northern Nigeria were “sins against” and deprived the elite of the opportunity for social advancement.
The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Kaduna said on Monday, June 8, that Almajiri has become a scapegoat for the numerous sins of the Nigerian state in general and some Muslim elites in particular.
Source: – Legit Ng