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|The Consequences Of Yar'adua's Long Absence From Office by SMSguru(m): 4:43am On Jan 17, 2010|
Please tell us the implications of Mr. President's long absence from office.
One of them is that there is no total leadership.
Another one is that there is lawlessness.
What do you think?
|Re: The Consequences Of Yar'adua's Long Absence From Office by Profpat(m): 8:52am On Jan 18, 2010|
Aside that, it simply means that we are not carrying out democratic functions in this Nation, the Nation it self has been kept on ransom, how will a leader vacate his position without proper handing over of his responsibilities to his vice, it's amazing, when good men to nothing, u know what will happen. I think we are been too fragile with this issue. The constitution is clearly stated, if anyone in the presidency position is going on leave, he's got to hand it over to his vice. Well, we know that it's a leadership based on Lies, God help us, i think we've got to stand on our feet and fight this fight. What a Nation, What a Leader!!!
|Re: The Consequences Of Yar'adua's Long Absence From Office by Nobody: 5:08pm On Jan 18, 2010|
I'd say nigeria just blew a chance to prove herself trustworthy, in the eyes of the international community.
A system isnt judged by how strong its president is but by how the country runs during times of trial.
as usual, no pass mark for nigeria here- just same ol same ol.
destabilize the country and make it ungovernable.
as it was before and during Dan Fodio's jihad. so it is now.
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