In response to the accusation made by Matthew Hassan Kukah, the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, stating that Nigerians experienced the most severe level of corruption during President Muhammadu Buhari’s previous administration, Femi Adesina countered on Tuesday by suggesting that Kukah’s anger stemmed from not receiving any personal benefits from Buhari’s position.
Adesina, in a Twitter statement, taunted Kukah and asserted that the clergyman was distressed by Buhari’s choices that did not align with his own interests.
“Who listens to that Bishop again. He’s still pained that he got no under-the-cassock patronage from Buhari, unlike in the past. As e dey pain them, e dey sweet us”, Asesina said.