The Kukah Centre (TKC) is a Nigeria-based policy research institute, founded by Most Rev. Matthew Hassan Kukah, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto. The Centre has offices in Abuja and Kaduna and treats political leadership as a collaborative exercise that requires multiple governance structures at various levels – individuals, households, small businesses, the organized private sector, NGOs and government.
Interfaith dialogue is at the core of the Centre’s work and involves actively promoting conversations among Nigeria’s faith communities, as well as between leaders in faith and public policy. The Kukah Centre aspires to become Nigeria’s leading institution for the promotion of an active and engaged citizenry by providing support for inclusive dialogue and advocacy initiatives.
Inter-faith dialogue is at the core of the Centre’s work and involves actively promoting conversation among Nigeria’s faith communities as well as between leaders in faith and public policy.
We believe that to secure our future, we need to raise and train leaders for the next generation imbued with a sense of service based on shared values.
The Centre’s good governance programs seek to foster an informed and active electorate that recognizes the urgent need to participate in shaping government policies.
Some of our events and activities are presented in photos and words.
PUBLIC HEARING ON PROTECTION FROM INTERNET FALSEHOODS, MANIPULATIONS AND OTHER RELATED MATTERS – HELD ON 9TH MARCH, 2020 AT THE SENATE BUILDING, NATIONAL ASSEMBLY. The Kukah Centre, represented by its National AssemblyRead More...
The one-day discourse titled: Women, Peace and Social Cohesion in Sokoto State, sought to create a platform to encourage, strengthen and inspire women to utilise their innate abilities in promoting peaceful coexistenceRead More...
Reasons Why Nigeria Has Failed – Bishop Matthew Kukah
A member of the National Peace Committee (NPC), Archbishop Mathew Hassan Kukah alongside Governor Seriake Dickson, King Diete Spiff and other stakeholders have called on political parties to maintain peace during Saturday’sRead More...
On Thursday the 7th of November 2019 the Ohionyi of Ebira Land gave his opening remark at the NPC Dialogue with the stakeholders on peaceful conduct of the impending Governorship Election inRead More...
The National Peace Committee (NPC) members engaged with INEC officials on the 26th of September 2019 on how to strength the electoral processes of the country. The tirelessness efforts for a trueRead More...
Meet The NATIONAL PEACE COMMITTEE
Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah