‘NDDC is a con­tract-award­ing ma­chine’

The Punch - - INTERVIEW -

per­son who is ill. The ther­apy or pro­ce­dures nec­es­sary to bring the per­son back to health are usu­ally painful some­times in­clud­ing strong medicines, surg­eries, ra­di­a­tion, chemo or ra­dio­ther­apy, amputation­s, and restrictio­ns, among oth­ers. The pa­tient re­quires at­tributes, pa­tience to en­sure the pains and co­op­er­a­tion with the doc­tors be­cause what will be good for him will not be nec­es­sar­ily good to him. We should be pa­tient and co­op­er­ate with the Pres­i­dent who is the doc­tor in this in­stance. The mea­sures we need to get out of the morass will def­i­nitely be un­pleas­ant in the short and medium-term but will ben­e­fit us at the end. For­tu­nately, Pres­i­dent Buhari’s in­tegrity is not be­ing ques­tioned.

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