God using Buhari to punish Nigerians – Archbishop Chukwuma

        God using Buhari to punish Nigerians – Archbishop ChukwumaThe Anglican Archbishop of Enugu Ecclesiastical Province, said this in an interview with The Sun. When asked if the Change promised by this administration was still feasible, he said: “I heard them promise that their version of change will manifest next year. .However, the change that we see now is not a good version. The change is of hardship and people are not comfortable at all. Right now, all I can say that is good about their sermon of change is that the situation is making Nigerians to change from their life of profligacy to prudence. ..To me, Buhari’s government is a punishment, and caution to Nigerians. I think that God is trying to punish us, and at the same time caution us with the present administration, for our past recklessness and mistakes as a nation. ..That is why I said that it is a time of captivity – where God chose to put Nigeria into the kind of biblical captivity of Assyria and Babylon. And until we repent from our sins, God may not rescue us. ..So, it is a time for everybody to repent from life of wastage, wickedness and impunity; and begin to live a life of prudence, love and patriotism. ..My understanding of the Change Begins with Me campaign is that Nigeria has come to a point where everybody should accept to begin to discipline themselves and adopt ways of righteousness and patriotism. ..But sadly, as far as the Nigerian economy is concerned, we have only experienced evil change. There may be a change in attitude whereby people are now being more disciplined and cautious about indulging in impunity. ..The current state of the nation is very bad. People are really tired and confused about the present government. It has become very difficult for the common man to make three square meals a day; and salaries are not enough to help workers to cope with the harsh economic realities…Also, the exchange rate has taken a disgraceful turn under a government that had proudly promised to make the naira equal or even stronger than the dollar. What about the rising state of unemployment? A look at our security is also nothing to write home about.



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