Nigeria Is In a State of Confusion –Bishop Kukah

The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Most. Rev. Matthew Hassan Kukah has described Nigeria as a confused state without direction since no one knowns where we are going or where we are coming from.

The Bishop however assured that God is capable of saving His people and solving their challenges. “All we should be doing as Christians is to trust God and believe His ability to solve our challenges”.

Bishop Kukah stated this in his homily on Pentecost Sunday, May 23 at the Holy Family Cathedral, Sokoto where he administered the Sacrament of Confirmation on one hundred and forty-eight Catholic faithfuls from three parishes.

The candidates, 84 females and 64 males were from the Holy Family Cathedral, Sokoto, St. Kevin’s Parish, Sokoto and St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Illela border town.

Bishop Kukah reminded the faithful that the Catholic Church was the only existing Church from Pentecost until Fr. Martin Luther’s rebellion that paved way for Protestantism.

The Bishop said there are churches and there are churches; there are spirits and there are spirits; and warned people against going from place to place as they must first discern the spirit with which many groups are operating.