Buhari, Kukah Hold Closed-Door Meeting

Buhari-KukahPresident Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday met behind closed-door with the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Matthew Kukah.

The meeting, which took place in the president’s office inside the Presidential Villa, Abuja lasted less than 30 minutes.

Kukah, who is a member of the National Peace Committee for the 2015 General Elections, has been in the news lately over his statement calling on President Buhari to follow due process in his anti-corruption crusade especially as it regards the probe of former President Goodluck Jonathan.

After Thursday’s meeting with the president, the respected bishop did not talk to journalists.

He told State House correspondents that he had a 12.30pm flight to catch as he walked away.

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  • Bishop Mathew Kuwait need to be reminded that Jesus new that Judaism will surely betray him, Jesus also new that his blood was required to sanctify for the people so it was important Judaism is among the disciples to betray him to the Teachers of the Law. Unlike Buhari who came to sanitizer the rotten economy of Nigeria.Judah will not be part of Buhari team.No killer will be in the team of Buhari. Bishop Matthew Kukah will go to he’ll with Jonathan and the group, if he connived with the evil group

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