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Hardship: We are all reaping the fruit of mediocrity, tribalism, fake religiosity, lack of common sense - Nigerian Catholic priest says
 
By: Abara Blessing Oluchi
Wed, 21 Feb 2024   ||   Nigeria,
 

Nigerian Catholic priest, Fr. Kelvin Ugwu, has said that Nigerians are responsible for the hardship in the country.

The priest stated this in a Facebook post on Tuesday, February 20, while responding to his followers who said that the 'prayers of poor and hungry Nigerians will catch up with President Tinubu'

“The truth is that there is nothing that will catch up with Tinubu. Absolutely nothing. He will even live longer than you can imagine,” Fr. Ugwu said.

“What you should know is that we are all reaping the fruit we planted... the fruit of mediocrity, tribalism, anyhowness, fake religiosity, lack of common sense, etc. In the real sense, everything is rather catching up with us. Even the poor and hungry Nigerians you mentioned should first pray for themselves to be alive.”

 

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