The Reasons Why President Buhari’s Military Regime Is Better Than His Present

It’s no longer news that APC under the leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari has failed Nigerians. The failure is evident in the nation’s economy and CBN’s inability to handle further depreciation of Naira. unfortunately, President Buhari is adamant about the yearnings and aspirations of Nigerians in the area of corruption.

His fight against corruption is not different from the fight against the opposition. He wines and dines with senior corrupt officers without recourse to conscience. The corrupt merchants thus are part of the decision-making body – one of the reasons the nation’s economy is in reverse gear.

Some of the defectors were perceived to be members of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) or other political parties who defected and pledged their loyalty to the All Progressives Congress (APC), where sins are forgiven.

Funnily enough, this was the slogan of the APC former chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomole. Adams Oshiomole in one of the campaigns against PDP called on those with corrupt cases to join the APC for EFCC to bury their cases.

It could be recalled that in 2015, Buhari had the support of the former president of the United States of America, Barack Obama, and other International communities to revive the Nigerian economy and block the channels of looting.

Those who ought to be prosecuted for corruption are the frontline of federal government affairs. Even when reviving the nation’s economy and fighting corruption was his priority, Buhari paid ears to corrupt officers in his government.

He threw Nigerians into unspeakable hardship and endless suffering immediately after his election, which is a replicate of his 1984/1985 administration.

Your present administration is corruption personified and worse than that of 1984. People did not die during the GMB’s military rule. They only sang the song of hardship. Unlike now, that Nigerians sleep with one eye open due to incessant killings and kidnapping.

Indeed, President Muhammadu Bahari is scored poorly In the fight against corruption and insecurity.

It was in this administration that an inmate is fed with N14, 000 per day, and a whopping sum of two hundred million nairas was used to cut grasses at the IDP camp. Corruption is not fighting us anymore. It has swallowed us.

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