Anglican Primate urges Tinubu to act fast, ease hardship on Nigerians

The Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Rev. Dr. Henry Ndukuba, has urged President Bola Tinubu to take urgent steps to alleviate the increasing hardship faced by Nigerians across the country.

Ndukuba, represented by the Anglican Bishop of Ikwerre, Rivers State, appealed to the President during the funeral service for the late former Governor of Ondo State, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, at the Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew, Owo, headquarter of the Owo Local Government Area.

While emphasising the need for urgent intervention, the cleric urged the President to prioritise efforts to mitigate the biting economic challenges.

He said: “May I, on behalf of Nigerians, pray and call on the President, Senator Bola Tinubu, to do something to reduce the hardship faced by Nigerians. We are waiting and expecting the fulfillment of our renewed hope.

“We have the hope he would do it because he promised us renewed hope, and according to him, it is his turn, so the turn and opportunity have been given to him now. We plead with him to do it fast because time is running out,” he added.

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