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Fragile nation at the mercy of failed President
« on: February 09, 2015, 01:55:09 PM »
In this season of illusion, President Goodluck Jonathan has again jolted Nigerians with his admission of failure in the discharge of his constitutional duties.

The Commander-in-Chief of Africa?s most populous nation submitted two days ago that security of life and property of citizens cannot be guaranteed, if the general election holds on February 14 and 28, as planned by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).  He requested for between three and six weeks to put in place security structures, which his administration has grossly failed to provide in six years, before Nigerians can go to poll. His aides impressed it on the INEC boss, Prof. Attahiru Jega, up to the point of blackmail, that he was on his own, if he decided to ignore security advice and put the lives of polling officers, especially the youth corps members and others, in jeopardy.

Stranger than fiction

It is incredible, but true. The evidence of insecurity is overwhelming. Over 240 abducted Chibok girls have not been liberated. Economic and social activities have been paralysed in the Northeast zone. Although the Federal Government has declared a state of emergency in the affected areas, it has been defiled by the Boko Haram sect. To underscore its gravity, soldiers from other West African countries are now assisting Nigeria to fight the local war. Many Nigerians have flayed the President for being clueless. He has been described by others as a kindergarten President in want of experience and skill. In the international community, Nigeria has become a laughing stock. A section of the foreign media has described Dr. Jonathan as a failed President.  Now, the election time-table must also suffer because the President cannot restore order into a state of pandemonium.
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