Nigerians can now rely on the news that filtered out from the wife of the president Aisha Buhari and the acting president, Professor Yemi Osinbajo that the president will be “returning soon”. For any ailing person it is incumbent on the medical doctors ha
hope and peaceful coexistence for Nigerians.
His return will also restore the confidence of local and foreign investors in Nigeria, as well as boost the economy and fast-track infrastructural development. It is expected that by 2019 the threshold of his administration’s achievements will doubtlessly spur Nigerians to clamour once again for his re-election.
It is also gratifying that President Buhari hosted a delegation of the Nigerian governors’ forum which included some People’s Democratic Party governors. Such bipartisan approach to leadership will greatly douse the tension in the polity and reassure Nigerians on the good intentions of President Muhammadu Buhari.
By now, the issue of the President Buhari being on life support or not must have been put to rest as even PDP governors like Engr. David Umahi of Ebonyi and Mr. Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom states were on the recent delegation that visited him in London. The visit has also somehow restored calm and peace to the country as many politicians jostling for relevance have realised that they cannot change the plan of God for Nigeria through President Buhari.
As Nigerians are desirous of change, President Buhari remains an important factor towards the realisation of the objective and it behooves all well-meaning Nigerians to lend their support in seeing to the realisation of the anticipated ‘change’. As it is said, Rome was not built in a day and with the several policies being put in place by the Buhari administration Nigeria has all it takes to realise its potentials. However, these expectations will remain an illusion where corruption thrives.
Enekwechi wrote this piece from Abuja and can be reached via firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>