Nigerian Constitution Might Hinder Tinubu’s Presidency – Bishop Arogundade

Arogundade said the constitution is the ultimate guideline necessary for the country to smoothly implement it and said the constitution was under negotiation as it revealed many flaws. Continue Reading>>>

The biggest challenge facing President-elect Bola Tinubu, who will take office on May 29, has become clear. Catholic bishop and supreme pastor of the Ondo diocese. In a speech last weekend, Jude Arogundade said the 1999 constitution would be Tinubus biggest challenge.

Arogundade said the constitution is the ultimate guideline necessary for the country to smoothly implement it and said the constitution was under negotiation as it revealed many flaws.Continue Reading>>>

During a service at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Acre, Ondo, on the occasion of this year’s World Communication Day, the Catholic bishop declared that the constitution had long been treated as worthless.

Under the theme of the 57th World Communication Day, “The Heart Tells the Truth of Love,” the Bishop also called upon Nigerians and the new government to build a new nation where every life matters and to speed up the social climate. I urged them to focus on how to change. A constitution for a better country

He said: “I don’t know how we can have free and fair elections under a constitution that is not free and fair.

” Considering that, it’s a very good thing. “Political party under trial. But it is Nigeria’s 1999 constitution that is at stake. “If you want to talk about election fraud, let’s talk about constitutional fraud first. If you want to talk about Nigeria, let’s talk about mergers first.” “I don’t know how to have a country where people are suffering. That’s why we have to have a nation first.”

Source: Daily Post

 

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