Human rights activist, Dr. Chido Onumah, may have a chat with the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Kukah, about Kukah’s new e book, “Damaged Truths: Nigeria’s Elusive Quest for Nationwide Cohesion,” on Monday, August 29, within the RovingHeights Bookstore, Abuja.
In a press release from co-founder, Adedotun Eyinade, on Thursday, he mentioned: “Damaged Truths: Nigeria’s Elusive Quest for Nationwide Cohesion, is a set of convocation lectures given by Kukah over a number of years at varied universities throughout Nigeria. The e book covers themes starting from the way forward for Nigeria, insurgency and nationwide cohesion, nationwide therapeutic, to freedom and justice in Nigeria.”
Chatting with Onumah on Thursday, he mentioned: “Not many individuals perceive Nigeria like Bishop Kukah. In his new e book, he strikes from principle to follow, providing sustainable options to Nigeria’s myriad challenges. Only a few individuals will disagree along with his solutions, which is an indication of his consistency and readability of concepts.”
Kukah, citing his new e book on tv in April, challenged the minister of Data and Tradition, Lai Mohammed, Senior Particular Assistant to the President for Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, and Particular Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, for a debate on nationwide points. Whereas delving into their profession historical past, he described how they dealt with their position within the presidency “badly”.
He mentioned “Simply let me say I made them a suggestion and nonetheless do the supply that they will select the situation, select the time and let me know. I would love need to sit with the three of them, beginning with their honorable minister and each of them. Let’s sit down collectively and discuss Nigeria. I am executed. I will pay my manner. I am nonetheless repeating that supply.”
“Nowhere on this planet is that this work executed so badly.”
Bishop Kukah has served in varied capacities within the fields of governance, reform and nationwide peace and was a member of the Nigerian Investigation Fee of Human Rights Violations of 1999 -1999; Secretary of the Nationwide Political Reform Convention in 2007. He has been the chairman of the Ogoni-Shell Reconciliation Committee since 2005 and has served as chairman of the Nationwide Peace Committee since 2007, the place he has campaigned for peace in elections and in troubled communities within the nation.