Kukah, who said this on Friday night at the meeting address of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, included that the master Biafra instigators were practicing the flexibility of expression.
The priest exhorted the Federal Government to join forces with the Director of Radio Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, saying the administration ought to try to work with him due to his magnetism.
The bishop further said no Nigerian legislator could activate an enormous number of supporters like Kanu without paying them, saying the administration did not have to dog this sort of individual but rather to cooperate with him.
Kukah said: “This nation can’t proceed with along these lines. MASSOB has right to request Biafra since we have opportunity of expression. The issue of Nigeria ought not be with Kanu but rather ought to be with who let the entryway open.
“The President of Nigeria or any representative, unless he pays, can’t bring the quantity of individuals that Kanu brought out. The uneasiness of Nigeria ought to be that a young fellow who can bring out such extraordinary number of individuals merits working with.”
The pastor likewise lamented the condition of Nigerian colleges. He said the administration and instructors ought to be faulted if a few understudies neglected to graduate.
Kukah expressed that understudies had a say in the advancement of their instructors in a few colleges however that was not the situation in the country’s varsities.
“Somewhere else, understudies have a say in the advancement of their instructors yet here in Nigeria, an excess of wrongs are being dedicated. We require an era of legal advisors and judges who can twist the curve of equity for poor people,” he included.
In his introductory statements, the Vice-Chancellor of the OAU, Prof. Bamitale Omole, said the college remained the best in the nation, saying numerous deeds had been accomplished since he expected office.
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