Bishop Kukah:”Mbasogo has been president for 43 years, Sassou Nguesso has been president for 38years”

Bishop Kukah:"Mbasogo has been president for 43 years, Sassou Nguesso has been president for 38years"According to Bishop Matthew Kukah, Nigeria has a democratic procedure that allows anyone to contest election results and pursue justice through the courts, including the Supreme Court. He claimed that this is in contrast to several other authoritarian-run African nations where similar democratic procedures and liberties are not available.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

In a video shared by Channels TV, Kukah pointed out that Paul Biya has been the president of Cameroon since 1982, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has ruled Equatorial Guinea for 43 years, and Denis Sassou Nguesso has been in power in the Republic of Congo for 38 years. He said these leaders have held onto power for decades and have allowed little or no room for opposition.

In Kukah’s words: “Mbasogo has been president for 43 years, Sassou Nguesso has been president for 38 years. I am therefore making the point that there is a correlation between a certain kind of stability and development. The volatility in our system suggests that we need to be a little bit more calm”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>