The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Matthew Kukah, has slammed the Federal Government and anti-graft agencies over their failure to probe and prosecute corrupt politicians.
Kukah, while speaking during the inauguration of the Christian Association of Nigeria Guest House in the state, lamented that religion has been abused for political gains.
He said, “Inefficiency is another word for corruption. Nigeria is one funny country where you can do whatever you like and nothing happens. You hear people stealing billions and it ends like that.”
While decrying that religion seems to have gradually become the citizenship rather than the nationality in Nigeria, Kukah said the misuse of religion has become a subject of interest in the polity.
To Nigerian Christians, the Bishop, on Saturday, said inefficiency is what has made things matter.
In his advice against amassing unholy wealth, Kukah stated, “The Kingdom of God is not built on material blocks, hence we must be a little restrained in the aggressiveness with which we amass materials if they are of evil roots.”