On September 11, 2016, I hinted the impending surrender of the trick masters at the center. My discourse “Change Gone Rogue – Do as I Say Not as I Do” was not the least controversial. The dissenters were not as polite as those who accepted the opinion piece for what it is.
Now that President Buhari has joined his physical absence with his already known indefinite mental and emotional absence, his passionate fans may be more amenable to reason. As an adverb, “indefinitely” means forever or without a time limit, or unspecified. Consequently, the limitless vacation means President Buhari’s vacated office for reasons best known to him. Nigeria is better off without him at the helm, he should do Nigeria a huge favor and make his indefinite vacation permanent.
While the President’s outstanding absentee record is subject to public censure, I find the rumors of his demise a heartless and despicable public disrespect. I hope those pushing the fake news of the president’s death would apologize to the president, his family, and Nigerians as a whole. These fake newsmakers should stop altogether, and allow the Nigerian government address the President’s suspicious indefinite disappearance.
Whether the president is on an extended vacation for personal, medical, or strategical reasons, I wish him peace, good health, and sound mind in his indefinite departure. Now that President Buhari has surrendered and exited the stage finally, the vice president and his cabinet must surely abscond incognito sooner than later. The exodus of the incompetent leaders is the necessary precursor of Nigeria’s rebirth and greatness.
One thing that the center has failed to see for nearly 57 years is that all our problems are local. As the incompetent center gives way, I ask my fellow compatriot from the north to join the effort to give the power for local problem solving back to the communities. Democracy is all about the government of the citizens, in this case, the grassroots.
We must rescue Nigeria from failure by redistributing the excess load and resource at the center back to the local communities for effective governance and growth. Inclusion and diversity are critical to getting Nigeria back on her feet; please join the effort to move Nigeria forward. The survey in this link has one more week left; please take the survey today if you have not done so already.