MAIDUGURI â€” The Catholic Bishop of Maiduguri Diocese, Most Reverend Oliver Doeme, yesterday, blamed the Boko Haram crisis ravaging the North Eastern part of the country, especially Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states on the high level of corruption in the country.
Briefing newsmen at the Saint Patrickâ€™s Cathedral Church, Maiduguri, Doeme said with the resources the country has, Nigerian youths were supposed to be trained and gainfully employed, but regretted that this was not the case because of high level of corruption in the land.
â€If all youth are employed, we would not have witnessed the carnage we are witnessing today.
â€Attacks on schools, places of worship and killings of innocent students is unacceptable. I therefore call on the Federal Government to equip the security agencies to enable them checkmate the activities