Terrorists Honoured Above Loyal Nigerian Citizens By Matthews Otalike in Sokoto It seems that the federal government of Nigeria has shown greater commitment to integrating so called repentant terrorists than getting our children back from kidnappers or keeping our universities open. The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Most Reverend Matthew Hassan Kukah stated this in his 2022 Easter message to the people in his homily at the Holy Family Cathedral Sokoto during the Easter vigil Mass.
Nigeria: A Broken Nation In Need Of Mending By Matthews Otalike in Sokoto 17th April, 2022 Nigeria has been terribly battered and buffeted by men and women from the dark womb of time that Nigerians can no longer recognize their country and it is no long necessary to ask how Nigerians got to where they are. This was part of the Easter Message of the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto, Most Reverend Matthew Hassan delivered in a homily at the Easter Vigil Eucharistic celebration at the Holy Family Catholic Cathedral, Sokoto.
Wolves in Sheep's Clothing
By Matthews Otalike, Sokoto
The Catholic Church is not a Church of discounted spirituality.
This declaration was part of a homily by the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Most Reverend Matthew Hassan Kukah during the Chrism Mass at the Holy Family Cathedral, Sokoto.
The Church he said does not go around with magical first aid boxes of emergency divine healing properties.
Bishop Kukah Goes Hard Oil Peddlars In the Church
By Matthews Otalike in Sokoto
Those who hawk all kinds of oil as supposedly quick-fix first aid boxes are charlatans and fraudsters.
The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Most Reverend Matthew Hassan Kukah said this in a homily during Chrism Mass at the Holy Family Catholic Cathedral, Sokoto on Tuesday.
Bishop Kukah Interacts with Laity in Sokoto.
By Matthews Otalike
The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Most Reverend Matthew Hassan Kukah has held an interactive session with leaders of lay apostolate organizations in Sokoto Deanery.
Addressing the laity after fielding questions, Bishop Kukah lamented the increasing insecurity in the country. Those terrorizing the country he observed may not be more than 10,000.