Speaking during a Channels TV programme on Wednesday, the cleric said it is the responsibility of the president to communicate his feelings to citizens and set the country on a particular path.
He expressed that the situation will not end until President Buhari wakes up to the fact that there is a major crisis in the country.
He expressed that the decision of the President to remain silent nor show concern is a culture of I-don’t-care.
According to Bishop Kukah: “Unfortunately for us, we have a President that seems almost unwilling to respond to the kind of reflexes that shows evidence that he is listening to wise counsel.
“I really cannot understand this. I feel totally helpless in the sense that I cannot find any reason and I don’t think any Nigerian in the right frame of mind can find a reason to why the president has remained so silent on this crisis,” he said.
Kukah said the apology rendered by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo was to compensate for the president’s silence.