“ All Nigerians want is to see results, they have waited too long to start clinging on to PMB and his procedures, especially in finishing up Boko Haram that has plagued the country for like a decade, his leadership style isn’t working for these times! He should wake up and do the needful. He is saying Agriculture – farming, but people cannot farm because insecurity will get them killed in their farms, by riffraff that have grown wings, Katsina, Kebbi , Kaduna, Jere, etc” _ Hafsat Zayyan
“I believe PMB is rightly placed in this piece. Thinking from System perspective, PMB is indeed a proceduralist. However, this has reminded me the time I was given COBOL to teach some students of innovative diploma in Software engineering, at DBI. There I understood, procedural approach to implementation of solutions is simply elegant and easy-to-use. But later I learnt that as system evolves, COBOL with it procedural approach has imitations, at least was unable to handle complexities, thereby object oriented COBOL had to be considered. I understand with objects, one can isolate problems from one another. One can treat different problems differently. Simply, I mean not all problems always require same set of solutions. Allah taimaki Shuwagabanninmu, Ya tallafa Yayi riƙo da hannayensu. – Yusuf Salisu Abdullahi
“The whole northern masses followed Buhari without
really knowing much about the man apart from the fact that he is honest and
incorruptible. Yet honesty alone does not make a good leader. The major problems
of Buhari’s government – if you can permit my brutal frankness – are ineptitude,
inefficiency and I don’t care attitude even when the situation requires urgent
attention. Though this kind of behavior is not common to Buhari alone, it is typically
Northern; may be its cultural – where a leader sits idle and refuse to act even
when dangers are gradually brewing under his roof until it gets out of hand before
he begins to think of a plan of action.
One other type of a leader Northerners may have liked was Mallam Aminu kano who also did not succeed by any measure and couldn’t have succeeded because of his understanding of society as a whole. No society will ever succeed by promoting and advancing the interests of the Talakawa’s alone, because for societies to prosper they need to take and advance the interest of every segment of the society, the rich, rulers and of course the poor. Mallam Aminu kano’s ideology is merely wishful and that’s why it failed, because the poor also want to be rich( an issue for another day).
The situation today are too much and too many that require urgent attention both in terms of efficient deployment of resources to tackle the problems and also a leader that is very active and efficient both in thinking and timely intervention, a leader that moves faster than the rate at which the problems occur because we are getting overwhelmed by these problems. Certainly we can’t get it done by this Buhari administration, due to his age and other factors as mentioned above. It’s also important to note here that problems of this nature are not of principle or ideology meaning not the ways of academic /academicians 😝it is an issue that has to do with having a competent person that can be alive and responsible to his duties a leader that is selfless and possess all the skills necessary qualities to to tackle the situation.” _ Ja’afar Abdullahi
“I am with the El-Rufai’s school of thought here”. _ Yusuf Usman
“For many of us we voted Buhari in 2019 for the politics and governance that doing such can possibly make possible in 2023. If we have voted somebody different, we will not have the opportunity to redirect the issue of politics and governance come 2023. But we all know that Buhari is a disaster since before 2019” – Faiza Aliyu