Success for one they say its success for all, It?s apparently not a fallacy to say that Gen. M. Buhari?s presidential race victory over the presently serving president (President Goodluck E. Jonathan) of this nation has so far being one that was mandated by all Nigerians.
For the first time in Nigeria history, I saw an unusual avid anticipation from not just the electorates but virtually all Nigerians, even Nigerians living far and wide and the non-Nigerians inhabiting Nigeria and abroad, I arguably saw the expression of hope and enthusiasm on the faces of all GMB hopefuls, I saw the expression of anticipation on the faces of electorates who are really clamoring for change, I conspicuously saw the expression of faith on the faces of pro-GMB supporters. Behold I wish to join the campaign for change advocates and congratulate all Nigerians on the fresh wind of change.
However the new president elect has equally thank and congratulated Nigeria for choosing him and also promise to bring into full fruition our dream for ??A New Nigeria?? which has been the prayer of all for a very long time. In the same wise, the vanquished whom is GEJ called the new president elect on phone to congratulate him on his victory. Which is something GMB did not do in 2011 when he lost to GEJ in a presidential race of this kind, and even instead of him expression his concession without rancor rather he went on saying he?s going to make Nigeria unruly for president Goodluck to handle, and it has indeed so far being an unruly one for GEJ if you have to see things from the perspective of an endemic security framework we have in Nigeria.
Reason of which many supporters of GEJ?s administration still attribute the onslaught of BOKO HARAM in the North-East to GMB as the shadow mastermind of this terrorist group and their carnage owing to this singularly discreditable statement.
It?s no longer hearsay that president GEJ has failed woefully in the delivery of good governance, ranging from the lack of good security framework, the institutionalization of various shades of financial corruption, blemished judicial system and an insensitivity to a dying Educational sector, poor electricity which has being a major setback and among others.
And if you have to take time to rationalize the reason why he conceded this victory to his core opponent which is Gen. Buhari, you will find out that GEJ has through some of these aforementioned woes lost a positively relevant nexus with the electorates, people began to lose confidence in him, killed the credence they owe to him initially.
Having said all these, please do you see Gen. Buhari as a potential rescuer?
Though I asked this question rhetorically because I know there are still so many questions to answer in the near future.
May God bless Nigeria bountifully?