- November 18, 2020 at 10:59 am #1132JohnParticipantfolkcredits: fc 1,720Rank: Rookie
If Buhari was not re-elected in 2019, do you think things would’ve been better?
- November 18, 2020 at 11:26 am #1133jonesParticipantfolkcredits: fc 240Rank: Rookie
Well personally, I think things would be a lot different than it is right now.
I mean Seriously we Nigerians should be blamed and if possible questioned of our sanity.
Why would you re-elect a president that failed woefully in his first term, he failed to deliver on his election promises, he even went as far as degrading Nigerian youths in the eye of the international community saying ‘the Nigerian youths are lazy’.
What kind of president would disgrace his own citizens like that.
There were a lot of signals during his first tenure telling us that this man is not the right person for the job, but we failed to open our eyes to those signals.
First of all, we experienced our first economic recession during his tenure, things became harder and prices of foodstuffs rose significantly.
He promised to fight corruption but to me, I have not seen any considerable changes, no difference between his administration and that of Jonathan’s, infact things even went worse.
I’m not surprised at his reaction during the events that had happened this year.
For example when the coronavirus got to Nigeria, we were literally begging the old man to address the nation before he eventually did, the same happened during the endsars protest and lekki killings. He even went as far as ignoring the lekki massacre during his speech.
I have never seen such a nonchalant president in my life.
I hope we all wake up in 2023 and vote the right person in.
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- November 18, 2020 at 11:35 am #1135mistyParticipantfolkcredits: fc 1,133Rank: Rookie
Not all Nigerians should be blamed and what do you mean by: ‘questioned of our sanity’?
I agree with you on the aspect that buhari has been a figurehead since the time he assumed office, but remember it was not all Nigerians that voted for him to be re-elected.
If not for Tribalism in this country, I don’t think buhari would have won that 2019 election. Vast majority of the north voted for him and that was what gave him an added advantage.
- November 18, 2020 at 11:40 am #1136jonesParticipantfolkcredits: fc 240Rank: Rookie
I didn’t use ‘questioned of our sanity’ in the literal sense of the word.
- November 18, 2020 at 11:43 am #1137mistyParticipantfolkcredits: fc 1,133Rank: Rookie
Well all I’m telling you is that you should be careful of the words you use .
- November 18, 2020 at 11:57 am #1138ibiloyejoshuaParticipantfolkcredits: fc 1,469Rank: Rookie
Things wouldn’t have been any better if we had voted ATIKU in.
During that 2019 election, we were not presented with good options and Buhari seemed to be our best bet.
If we looked at the track records of the other candidates, especially that of ATIKU then you will agree that Buhari was a better option at that time.
Probably if we had voted for Sowore or any other candidate, things would have been better than it is now.
But the parties also played a major factor, APC and PDP are the two major parties and the trends that I have noticed is that, if you want to win any election in Nigeria, you have to be in one of those two major parties.
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