What Nigerians and Leaders Should do

What we as Nigerians should be focusing on now is if Buhari will perform – halve as good as Jonathan did.What Nigerians Should focus on


Leadership is not how much noise those in leadership position/office make or can make, how deep they can go digging or how much findings leaders can make.
It should be more about how much development, how dependent the nation economy can be, how much confidence and commitment leaders and the people can have on the nation’s economy’s ability to growth and be self sustained; government/those in powers’ ability to deliver on their promises to the people.

President Jonathan achieved this for the nation, perhaps, that is why many politicians now see and presume “leadership” of a country like Nigeria to be easy, and a job that could be performed by the likes of an ex-military general with no secondary educational qualification. Hence, politicians fight to get on the leadership seat and to loot at will.

But first of all, to have something to loot, you must produce it, that is the challenge we need to place before Buhari’s led APC government, not focusing on diverting interest to going after a leader who have distinguished himself as a “champion leader” whose track record cannot be equaled by generations to comes and worst still, where those in power are focused on creating and encouraging political discussion that is detrimental to the nation’s needs – of its leadership and what should be occupying a well-meaning-government’s transformation project/agenda.

Buhari’s way and style of handling the prime task of getting the country reed of corrupt leaders by those who voted him into power, has been rubbished by his selective approach. His sudden realization of his vulnerability to being exposed by OBJ is a big blow on the confidence his 95% of voters had on him.

Hence, Jonathan leadership record can never be equaled, especially – with the mentality of APC’d new breed of Nigerian followers and politicians running our so-called democratic government.


About kaineanthony

Director Christo production, Project. Project Developer at Future Minds development Program (FMDP) and CEO Ahaba Laboratory. CEO, project Developer, Manager and Content writer at AFSON Love challenging my self and being creative. Understand that whatever I do, create or aspire to, must be for the glory of God and to satisfy God's desire for creating humaniis. What makes me happy and will fulfill my joy is: to see humanity understand real reason why "Man" is created by God and to work toward fulfilling God's desire. Creator African Fashion Spot-On, Working for Humanity and RAMBASA. Currently residing in Johannesburg, South Africa. Close to my heart are two projects I developed for humanity and another for the advancement of African skills and talent, for its people and market.
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