Conspiracy Against The Leadership Of GEJ: Real Or Imaginary

There is no doubt in my mind that there is a grand conspiracy against the leadership of GEJ by usual miscreants and enemies of good governance. As we say in Igboland, ‘mbelede ka eji ama dike’, meaning the measure of a warrior is in his reaction to emergencies or in this case treachery and sabotage of the type we have in Nigeria today.GEJ

In your opinion, do you think that GEJ has responded to the current challenges of his administration especially Boko Haram and corruption which seems to have peaked now just like the proverbial warrior?

I personally have my reservations. I feel that he seems to have been spending a lot of time scheming his defence against the indefensible, protecting certain people who should be kicked to the curb and severely punished instead of himself and Nigeria, targeting people who if well nurtured can become his best friends who will help him to move the Nigerian agenda forward and above all fighting for a second term instead of delivering on his promises and letting his achievements speak for him.

NOW THE BOMBSHELL! If next year is 2015 or the presidential election is today, would you vote for GEJ, Buhari or indeed me as your middle age crisis full but humane, passionate, compassionate and patriotic first female president with all her people at heart and who will turn the tide and make Kirikiri and Panti the permanent home of many politicians who deserve to live there forever and why? Share your point of view!

4 comments for “Conspiracy Against The Leadership Of GEJ: Real Or Imaginary

  1. lamido Balarabe
    December 18, 2013 at 21:54

    You have captured what my contribution could have been suffice to add that the president fritterd our unsolicited goodwill on the alter of corruption and inept leadership. We are left with lamentations of what could have been but never is. What a crying shame.

  2. Dim.Sunni AaronsWuche
    December 18, 2013 at 22:15

    The best thing now for Presudent Jonthan to do is to probe past and present public offic holders and every one them will keep quite and remained quite.

    Somebody got to go jail for corruption. Somebody got to lose his or her work for corruption.

    The president might have more problems if he refuses to probe the people we have suspecting as thieves.

    One of his governors told us to stone to dead corrupt leaders I believe he will be the first person to be stone to death if this administration probe public office holders so that the incoming ones will learn .

  3. Shola
    December 23, 2013 at 22:56

    I think whatever response he makes to the two letters he will be criticised, so probably best he takes his time to give a proper response.

    He needs to get rid of ministers who are not performing or whose behaviour raises questions.

    Finally Nigeria needs a female president, 53 years after independence from the British and look where we are.

  4. Stanley
    December 24, 2013 at 08:10

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