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- March 13, 2017 at 8:48 pm #257486Ed NKeymaster
- March 14, 2017 at 12:18 am #257488TuedonGuest
President Buhari should still remain president until such a time that he is officially declared incapacitated or unable to perform the duties and responsibilities attached to his office. President Buhari was duly elected thus we should follow the law when making a decision. The president could voluntarily relinquish power or if terminally ill, he should be advised to step aside in the interest of the country. Politics and regional divide gains, in most occasions, supersede the interest of individual political interest. The truth is very little can be accomplished to move the country in the right direction if the government of Buhari does not have set goals and how to achieve the set goals within a defined time frame.
- March 14, 2017 at 8:59 am #257490felix nanaGuest
Governance has since slipped from Buhari’s hand as president of Nigeria.It is an open fact that a cabal made up of his relations and close associates are the ones running the country.
From his antecedents,Buhari is not always in charge whenever he holds sway.As military head of statr,his second in command was known to be incharge.So as head of PTDF.Now weak and frail,he lacks the wherewital to govern Nigetia.He should honourably relinguish power as governance is a continuum
- March 14, 2017 at 9:15 am #257491Bartholomew AjulufohGuest
What illness is Buhari suffering from? Without answering this question, the question that was posed wI’ll not receive proper response.
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