Things went on well until Secondus became politically exposed to Atiku Abubakar’s huge pockets. Rather than remain with Wike and his plot to impose his longtime friend and schoolmate, Gov Tambuwaal as the Presidential Candidate of the party in 2019, Secondus made a detour and tagged along with Atiku who had just returned to the PDP after a dismal outing in APC.
Those 51 days when Professor Osinbajo acted as President were not only eventful but nostalgic. What does this suggest? Osinbajo as president is not afraid of taking tough decisions especially the right ones in the interest of merit, justice and fairness!
I am giving you an idea of how Nigeria has failed. How a country that used to produce scientists and intellectuals is now producing a generation of celebrities and heroes who are making billions from selling sex or beer and pleasure. We have become a nation of consumers of all sorts of depravity. We are no longer a nation of producers of ideas or executors of grand schemes.
It is beyond dispute that lack of infrastructure has been one of the biggest drags on Nigeria’s development trajectory. However, Rail, road and airport projects stretching across Nigeria are now either well advanced, recently signed off or just breaking ground in the wake of an infrastructure drive by the administration of President Buhari.
Let it be stated straightaway that in his first term, President Buhari was rather very unfortunate to face an overly adversarial legislature and it was down to his political naivety and the betrayal within his political party, APC.
Without a doubt, Abu Inu Umoru scorned the publicity that others would have craved for and gone out of their way to sponsor. He scorched the limelight and refused to hug the potential symphony and rhythm of adulation from the lips of praise singers.
All too often, corruption, the lack of political will, and sometimes negligence to effectively investigate and prosecute violent acts also create a climate that is conducive to a cycle of violence, since society sees no evidence of willingness by the State to take effective action to sanction such acts.