Most world authorities have labeled Buhari’s government as total failure, citing extremely high unemployment, sky-rocketing inflation, high poverty rate, food crisis, nepotism, totalitarian tendency, corruption, toothless fight against corruption, highest level of insecurity since the civil war. This view is shared by most citizens whose faintest hope have faded, leaving the entire polity in total despair.
Therefore when one of the few beneficiaries of this government takes the podium to relate a message of hope from his boss it is not unusual for the populace to take it with a pinch of salt. 75-months of keeping hope alive based on the fraudulent promise of change, with no cogent impact on the bare live of the common man cannot be rekindled with a promise of deploying some magical wand for the next 21-months. The consensus mindset of the masses is our ‘mumu don do’
After Major General Babagana Monguno lousy conveyance of the president’s promise not to leave the office as a failure, Freelanews spoke to a couple of persons on the streets to check if they can take his words to the bank and the majority responded in the negative.
During a crucial closed-door meeting with service chiefs held on Thursday at the Presidential Villa in Abuja, President Buhari had vowed not to exit the government as a failure at the end of his second term in office in 2023.
At the end of a five-hour discussion, the President’s commitment was relayed to State House journalists by the National Security Adviser (NSA).
“The President was briefed, and the President is extremely pleased with the fantastic success, particularly with the arrival of the new service heads and Inspector-General of Police,” he told reporters.
‘Fantastic success’ as claimed by Mr President is only a fantasy the common man cannot wait to experience. Maybe the people’s resilience will have them give benefit of the doubt and dream for a successful end term for the General