Catholic Archbishop Blasts Tinubu, Tells Him What To Do Before Nigerians Die Of Hunger

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The Catholic Archbishop of Kaduna Diocese, Most Rev. Matthew Man-Oso Ndagoso, has called on President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to address the economic hardship in Nigeria before it leads to dire consequences.

Speaking at the Ash Wednesday celebration in Kaduna, Archbishop Ndagoso criticized the government’s policies, attributing the country’s suffering to avoidable factors and ineffective leadership.

“Nigerians are suffering and all of these sufferings are avoidable. But they impose bad policies. Tinubu policies have compounded the problems.

“Anyone who cares about Nigeria shouldn’t have removed subsidy, Tinubu should have done it gradually and not like bomb blast,” the cleric said.

He also highlighted the impact of the removal of subsidies. The Archbishop urged Nigerians, especially Christians, to assist the less fortunate during the fasting period.

“Help one another, especially the poor among you, you can’t love God without showing it to your neighbours. Love one another as Christ loves his church,” Most Rev. Ndagoso admonished.

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