Check Out The Reason Why Buhari Lacks The Mental Capacity To Solve Nigeria’s Problems
Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose has said that President Muhammadu Buhari lacks the mental capacity to solve Nigeria’s problems.
Fayose made the remark via a statement released by his media aide, Lere Olayinka on Wednesday, February 17, 2016.
“It is worrisome that President Buhari does not have any economic team and there is no policy direction yet, despite spending close to nine months in office.”
“The implication of the President’s obvious lack of the required mental capacity to tackle the nation’s economic problems and the resultant effects are human right abuses, prices of goods and services skyrocketing, daily retrenchment of workers, folding up of businesses, States finding it difficult to pay workers salary and the Federal Government not being able to prepare common budget.”
“With President Buhari, Nigeria is definitely having a square peg in its round hole. Dollar has gone double since Dr Goodluck Jonathan left office, with US Dollar exchanging for N350 as at today, Foreign Reserve is declining on daily basis, Boko Haram insurgents have come back even stronger than they were when Buhari assumed office and Nigerians are now being made to pay more for electricity that is not available for them to use.”
“Most importantly, prices of foodstuffs, newsprint, medicine among others have gone over the roof. Should we still continue to attribute all these to Jonathan or the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)?”
“Even former Central Bank Governor (CBN) and Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi is saying that President Buhari’s anti-corruption stance is totally inconsistent with the forex regime he supported and that the Federal Government Forex Policy encourages corruption and rent-seeking.”
“Funny enough, some people are already talking about President Buhari’s second term not minding the reality that anybody thinking about Buhari’s second term is only planning to snuff life out of Nigerians.”
Fayose also urged Buhari to stop travelling around the world and focus on solving the country’s problems.