ONLINE REACTIONS FG rejects calls for restructuring Boroh flays delay in paying ex-militants
Prof. Osinbajo, leaders should not be afraid of doing things differently if the usual way isn’t working. The FG is too powerful and has too much responsibilities and it’s only good if they relinquish some to the state governors for easy governance. APC preached Change and now it’s difficult to implement the said “Change.” Mr Vice President, we need to try something new; restructuring is the way to go. “Face your fears”; that is what great leaders do.
Sir Oscie firstname.lastname@example.org
Atiku is strategizing for 2019. He has no genuine concern for the structure of the country. He wants to use this as a campaign issue come 2019. Just watch out!
Parry B. email@example.com
Nobody wants to lose his privileged position. Today, the Vice-President is against restructuring. I hope he is not going to be a strong supporter when he leaves power in the next two years and some months.
Nwade Chudi firstname.lastname@example.org
This is interesting when you consider that the esteemed professor is Chief Awolowo’s grand son-in-law. One wonders what the legend himself would have made of this.
When will this fraud end? It is time to call it a day for this circus show. Paying so-called militants stipends for doing nothing can only encourage laziness and indolence. Stipends for doing what? It should STOP immediately.
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