Abuja Archibishop warns politicians against quest to acquire worldly things
The Archbishop of Abuja Archdiocese, Ignatius Kaigama has warned political leaders in Nigeria to desist from quest to acquire profane things, noting that when it comes to politics people fight as if it was the end
The Archibishop made this admonition while speaking with The News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Friday.
The minister of God called on politicians to stop making politics a do or die affairs noting that governance involves sacrifice.
Kaigama stated that those elected in a positions of authority must prioritize the needs of common people and what makes citizens happy.
“We should not focus on what we are going to acquire in this world. When it comes to politics, people fight as if it is the end of the world.
He stated further that when politicians win elections, “there is a struggle and when they lose, it is a problem”.
The cleric admonished political, religious and traditional heads to be fair, honest and just, saying that sacrifice is of great essence as Christ exemplified.
While calling on leaders to live for Christ and aim to always do good at all times, Kaigama maintained that leadership is all about service to humanity.