Thursday, July 13, 2017

Nigerian leaders are financially reckless – Anglican Primate, Okoh

From Nigeria-

The remains of the late former Minister of Education, Prof. Abraham Babalola Borishade, has been committed to mother earth in his home town in Usi-Ekiti, Ekiti State, with the Primate of Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Nicholas Okoh blasting Nigerian leaders for being too corrupt.

Borishade, who also superintended over the Ministries of Aviation, Culture and Tourism as well as Steel and Power, died on April 26, 2017 at the age of 71.

The interment service for the late professor of Nuclear Physics took place at Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew, Usi Ekiti, Ido/Osi Local Government area of the state.

Okoh, who delivered his sermon through the Arch Bishop of Ondo
Province and Bishop of Ondo Diocese, Most Reverend George Lasebikan, called on the leaders to live lives worthy of emulation, saying “only what you do well on earth will speak for you after your demise”.

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