Work for religious harmony, FG admonishes Kukah
The Federal Government has urged Bishop Matthew Kukah to use his high ecclesiastical office to work for religious harmony in Nigeria rather than indulge in actions capable of dividing the country along religious lines. In a statement yesterday in Abuja, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said the statement credited to Bishop…
Kukah, Uche make case for Chibok girls, Leah Sharibu
Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Kukah, and the Prelate of the Methodist Church (Nigeria), Dr. Samuel Uche, have lamented that the Chibok girls and Leah Sharibu are still in the hands of their captors while another Christmas is celebrated.
Kukah, development and the relevance of NGOs
The debate on the interrelatedness of equity, justice; peace and development is among the most presently discussed topic in the surface of the earth. The reason for this unending debate stems from the time-honored believe that without equity and justice..
Kukah cautions FG on social media regulation
The Bishop of Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Bishop Matthew Kukah, has cautioned the Federal Government against planned regulation of social media, saying it could hinder freedom of speech.
Abdusalami, Kukah meet Atiku over election result
In a move targeted at dousing tension in the country, the leaders of the National Peace Committee (NPC) met with former Vice President and Presidential candidate...
Experts advocate true democracy, task INEC on credible polls
Political pundits have advocated true democracy for political stability in Nigeria.This call was made yesterday at the presentation of the new-look Nigerian Tribune newspaper to celebrate its 70th years on the newsstands.
MURIC kicks against Kukah’s plan to train 10m al-majiri children
MUSLIM Rights Concern (MURIC) yesterday rejected the plan by the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Rev. Matthew Kukah, to train about 10 million al-majiri children in the north.
Foursquare holds lecture on politics
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo and Rev. Father Matthew Kukah will address the political and economic state of Nigeria at the fifth public lecture of Foursquare Gospel Church on Tuesday, October 9, at the church's national headquarters, Alagomeji, Yaba, Lagos by 10am.
How the media is critical in shaping society, by Kukah
The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Rev. Matthew Kukah has charged journalists to examine their role as the watchdog of society, stating that the profession has become sophisticated and must respond to the dynamics of the society.
‘Incompetent political elites are using religion to cover their incompetence’
Well, I do not think the issue is whether they have done enough. Rather, we must accept that they have done their best from Chibok girls to the issues of security. Sadly, all our talks about security have focused on guns and military operations.