Anglican Bishop of Kutugi Diocese in Niger state Rt. Revd Jeremiah Kolo has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to translate his ‘Change’ slogan into real development of the country.
He made this assertion on Sunday during his address at the Cathedral Church of St. John, Kutugi during the first session of the second Synod, adding that Buhari’s government can only sing a new song by fulfilling his promises to the people.
According to him “the Synod congratulates President Buhari and Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello, Governor of Niger state, however we desire that the slogan “change” shall be a true change that will result to a true transformation of our dear country, Nigeria.
“The level of corruption and insecurity in the country is worrisome; the government must fulfil its promises”.
Speaking on the theme of the Synod ‘Let us sing a new song’, Bishop Kolo charged Nigerians “to have a rethink and repent of all evil, corruption, and other social vices so that God will show mercy on us as a country.”
Furthermore, he encouraged churches to revive and sustain mission schools as it was in the past in order to give quality education to future generation.

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