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Buhari’s ‘CHANGE BEGINS WITH ME CAMPAIGN’ Is A Mockery Of Fight Against Corruption – Anglican Bishop

by O. S David

Buhari’s ‘CHANGE BEGINS WITH ME CAMPAIGN’ Is A Mockery Of Fight Against Corruption – Anglican Bishop 

The Anglican Bishop of Enugu Diocese, Rev. Emmanuel Chukwuma has stated that President Muhammadu Buhari’s medical tour in the United Kingdom was a mockery of his fight against corruption and “change begins with me campaign.”

Reports emerged last week that Buhari had planned to return to his London doctors for further treatment

Rev. Chukwuma, made this known when speaking at the 10th anniversary celebration of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Ngbo Diocese, Ezzamgbo.

He said he was not in support of the planned medical trip, especially as the country was in a period of economic recession.

He said, “If we are saying that we are in economic recession, then going abroad for medical treatment by the president is corruption.

“The ‘Change begins with me’ campaign should begin with the president because I see no reason why we should allow our hospitals to be in very dilapidated conditions and then we travel abroad.”

The Bishop further suggested that instead of travelling abroad on medical purpose, the equipments used abroad should rather be brought to Nigeria.

He said the president should not only have confidence in the medical facilities in Nigeria but should also use the provisions of the 2017 budget.

Buhari’s ‘CHANGE BEGINS WITH ME CAMPAIGN’ Is A Mockery Of Fight Against Corruption – Anglican Bishop

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