Abuja, 27 January, 2022 / 9:05 pm (ACI Africa).
The Archbishop of Nigeria’s Abuja Archdiocese has urged the people of God in the West African country to change their attitude in their interactions with others and to stop blaming government officials for every misdeed in the country.
In his Sunday homily at Holy Trinity Parish of Nigeria’s Abuja Archdiocese, Archbishop Ignatius Ayau Kaigama gave the example of how Nigerians exhibit disorderliness at the country’s airports and said the people rarely obey simple instructions.
“We are good at blaming others, especially leaders in government, forgetting that what each Nigerian needs is radical positive attitudinal change,” Archbishop Kaigama said in his January 23 homily on the Sunday of the word of God.
The Nigerian Archbishop made reference to the abduction and killing of five-year-old Hanifa and said that there is need for Nigerians to uphold humanity and stop blaming the government for everything that happens in the country.
“How can one ever explain that a school teacher abducted and killed five-year old Hanifa, and could not hear the cry for mercy of the angelic looking girl? Where is our humanity? Is the government alone responsible for this monumental deficiency of basic human feelings?” he queried.