August 18, 2018

Nigerians are hungry – Anglican Church tells Buhari

Nigerians are hungry – Anglican Church tells Buhari

The Anglican Church, Ijumu Diocese in Kogi State has called on the Federal government to stop paying lip service and show sincere commitment to its promises to diversify economy and boost agriculture and provide necessary tools to ease labour.

The church stated this in a communique issued at the end of her third synod session held at Ayere in Ijumu Local government area of the state, with the theme; “I will build my church”. The communique signed by the President of the synod, Rt Rev (Dr) Ezekiel Ikupolati said despite the smooth change of government and no frustration from the oppositions parties to the President Muhammed Buhari led federal Government, the average Nigerians are still suffering.

The synod also decries the alarming rate of graduates and skilled unemployed youths roaming the streets with little or nor desire effort to tackle the situation by government in power, urging the government at all level to take concrete measure to arrest the situation. The communique reads apart, ” The Synod also observes the epileptic supply of electricity in our country as a whole. Synod then urges government and stakeholders of the sector to make sure that light is restored without delay.Read more

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