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Buhari Fails Because Of Ineffective Aides—-Soyinka

Buhari Fails Because of poor advice
OpenLife Nigeria reports that what seems the failure of President Muhammadu Buhari can be traced to poor quality advice he gets from his aides.
This is the view of Professor Wole Soyinka who spoke on Arise TV in Lagos on Monday.
The Professor therefore recommended the immediate sack of some of the President’s aides, saying they are not doing him or the nation any service,
“It is high time he sacked most people around him; they are not doing him or the nation any service, they are people who say to him what he wants to hear, if he is depending on them, then this government is doomed,” he said.
He noted that Nigeria is on a suicide slide, if the federal government fails to urgently address the acceleration of disintegration which started a few years ago.
He also said it will be difficult for Nigeria to remain one, if the present government fails to decentralize as fast as possible.
Said Soyinka: “Buhari should recognize the fact that the tempo of disintegration of this country has accelerated in the last couple of years beyond anything we ever knew since the civil war. I’m not sure Nigeria can remain as one if we fail to decentralize.
“If Nigeria fails to decentralize as fast as possible, in such a way that people will see it manifesting, then Nigeria cannot stay together. If a nation is on suicide slide, the people who feel that they do not deserve that kind of suicidal slide have a right to say sorry, we are getting off this plane before it nose-dived.
“I am beginning to believe that people have different definitions for democracy, particularly our political leaders and I’m beginning to wonder whether this government, led by Buhari, really understands the implication and full responsibility and commitment involved when people say they are practising democracy,” he noted.

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