Most Reverend Nicholas Okoh who is a member of the National Peace Committee for the 2015 urges churches nationwide to support the 'anti corruption agenda' of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh says churches should support the anti-corruption agenda
Definitely, Nigerians will appreciate putting the matter of Boko Haram behind, because it has affected our economy, friendship, movement and everything.
According to 'Channels television', he addressed reporters after a meeting with church leaders in Abuja on Tuesday.
He said, “The Church has been preaching and teaching that people should live right. When you live right, there will be no need for anybody to set up any panel or court against anybody. If you take what belongs to you and I take what belongs to me, then there is no cheating. But a situation where someone takes what belongs to everybody and appropriate it and then others are deprived, that is a bad situation.”
He also wished the administration of President Buhari well and stated that putting the Boko Haram's experience in the north-east behind would be a thing of joy.
“Definitely, Nigerians will appreciate putting the matter of Boko Haram behind us because it has affected our economy, friendship, movement and everything,” the Anglican Primate said.
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