Nigeria is boiling, resign – Archbishop tells Buhari

Most Rev. Emmanuel Chukwuma, Archbishop of Enugu Eccleciastical Province, Anglican Communion, requested ’s administration to leave the government on Wednesday.

At a press conference to commemorate his 31st Episcopal ordination, Archbishop Chukwuma said the administration should step down if it is unable to pull the country out of its current security quagmire.

He said that Nigerians had lost all faith in Buhari’s government and that he should consider stepping down to prevent the country from devolving into a coup.

He bemoaned the country’s never-ending security threats and killings, declaring:
“We’re urging the government to declare a security emergency because things have gotten out of control, and if they can’t fix it, they should leave the government.”

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“They can not bring this nation to the brink of a coup.”

“The under Buhari has failed the country, and we have lost faith in them,” he continued.

“We have lost confidence in the economy, we have lost confidence in the political system, we have lost confidence in governance, we have lost confidence in security and something must be done.

“If it is not done, I predict a revolution and it will be such that even the high and mighty will have no hiding place.”

The Archbishop described the present National Assembly as the worst in the history of the country.

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