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Buhari Anglican Church asks President to resign

According to the Church, the President has been away for a long time, and his absence has impeded growth.

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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has been on medical leave in London since the beginning of May play

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has been on medical leave in London since the beginning of May

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The Anglican Communion, Enugu state Diocese, has called on President Buhari to resign, due to his health issues.

According to the Church, the President has been away for a long time, and his absence has impeded growth.

Clergy from the Enugu Diocese made this known in a communiqué issued during its 16th Synod which was held at the Christ Redemption Church, Ogui –Nike.

The Church called on the Federal Government to release the findings of the Yemi Osinbajo panel inaugurated to investigate the funds found in an apartment in Ikoyi Towers.

It also asked the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to ensure that investigations of corruption cases are completed before going to the media.

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The Church also commended President Buhari’s fight against corruption.

According to The Guardian, the communiqué was signed by Most Rev Emmanuel Chukwuma, the Archbishop/Bishop, Ven. Augustine Orah, the Synod Secretary and Sir HBC Ogboko, the Registrar.

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