Will president Buhari of Nigeria working with the senate and congress be able to solve the electricity(power) and security conundrum in the next four(4) years? Why or why not?

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      Ed NEd N
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      Ed NEdewor
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      Both the electricity and the major security conundrums in Nigeria were synthesized by man. Consequently, it behooves man to profer a lasting panacea.  It saddened my heart, when I see fellow human manufacture phenomenon of dominance to stunt people’s growth.

      Seriously, the electricity and security palava can be fixed by a leader who wants to leave his foot print on the sand of time.  President Buhari has nothing to lose if he sovled both the energy and security issues in Nigeria.  Numerically, he has the support of the Senate and the Congress to make history. Please, go for it Mr president and your name will be forever written in gold. God bless Nigeria.  Your cerebral?

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      Okpako NanaOkpaks nana
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      There is a great chance of monumental achievement in any country, when the three arms of government work harmoniously within the armbit of the law. No homosapien is an Island of knowledge, therefore, it’s the constitutionally responsibility of the presidency and the national assembly to collectively resolve any impasse facing a nation. Unfortunately, the conundrum of selfish, corrupt and bad leadership in Nigeria has made the perennial issue of epileptic electricity and poor security almost impossible to handle.

      Sincerely, Nigeria is a country blessed with a vast human and natural resources. However, for us to get it right as a nation, is to deploy the services of a selfless, conscious, articulate and charismatic leader who is dogged and sincere to unlock the perennial problem of Nigeria. In addition, if Nigeria get it right, obviously, Africa will be in great shape.

      Finally, the rationale behind the failure of Buhari’s first term was due to the refusal of the national assembly to genuinely work with the presidency. This is obvious in the deliberate delay by the national assembly to screen the annual appropriation bill, which they claim was missing last year. The electricity and security issue is every Nigerian problem. Therefore, president Buhari must work with the national assembly closely to achieve not only this twin problem but other problems that has held Nigeria hostage for decades….

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