Buhari's job is to fix any possible mess left by those who were there before him. There definitely must be obstacles, he is expected to surmont them if he is competent, otherwise, he is expected to vacate the seat for those who can do the job.
The matter of Buhari's much talked about intergrity(this is debatable) is not The issue now. Even if we agree that Buhari has intergrity, does intergrity translate to competence. A good political leader should have both.
I like to end this comment by asking The same question a certain fellow asked on Facebook:
"How did the Dollar stay at N170 for 4 years under "massive looting of surpluses"? How is it now at N510 under "massive savings"?"(Prince Ademola Ibrahim).
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