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Anglican Primate Urges Tinubu to Take Action in Alleviating Hardship on Nigerians

Anglican Primate Urges Tinubu to Take Action in Alleviating Hardship on Nigerians

Most Rev. Dr. Henry Ndukuba, the Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, has called upon President Bola Tinubu to promptly address the growing hardship faced by Nigerians throughout the country.

Speaking during the funeral service for the late former governor of Ondo State, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, at the Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew in Owo, the Anglican Bishop of Ikwerre, Rivers State, represented Ndukuba and appealed to the President for urgent intervention in mitigating the severe economic challenges.

Expressing the collective prayers and concerns of Nigerians, Ndukuba urged President Tinubu to prioritize efforts in alleviating the hardships being experienced. He emphasized the expectation for the President to fulfill the renewed hope placed in him.

“We have hope that he will take action because he promised us renewed hope, and now it is his turn and opportunity to deliver. We implore him to act swiftly as time is running out,” Ndukuba stated.

The Anglican Primate’s plea underscores the pressing need for immediate measures to address the hardships faced by Nigerians, and it highlights the anticipation for President Tinubu to fulfill his promises and bring relief to the nation.

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