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Opinion: Why It Is Very Wrong To Use Buhari And Integrity In The Same Sentence by Ngtimes: 1:48am On Mar 16
According to the School of thought,Integrity means following your moral or ethical convictions and doing the right thing in all circumstances, even if no one is watching you. Also another definition of integrity means you are true to yourself and would do nothing that demeans or dishonors you and also the state of being whole and undivided.



Think: As an honest individual, you should ask yourself if truly president buhari is doing the right thing in all circumstances, if indeed he is true to himself like failing to deliver on campaign promises. During 2015 campaigns, President Buhari’s team promised Nigerians heaven and earth. They promised to bring food to our table, they promised to make one dollar equal one naira, they promised to give us 24hours interrupted power supply, they promised to increase Nysc alawee to #50000, they promised to give unemployed graduates #5000 every month. They won the election, Nigerians were expecting change and implementations of campaign promises. It didn’t happen. It was all deceit.



**One of the truest tests of integrity is its blunt refusal to be compromised." - Chinua Achebe W.


**Clement Stone said "Have the courage to say no. Have the courage to face the truth. Do the right thing because it is right. These are the magic keys to living your life with integrity."


Think: Does President buhari have the same courage to say no when things are going wrong. when the senate proposed an electoral bill which will put an end too irregularities in electoral process like rigging, snatching of ballot boxes and so on, president buhari refuse to accent to the bill for selfish reasons.. he knows with such a bill he will not be able to get those massive high manipulated figures from the north again, so he refused. A person with integrity serving the country will always put the country's interest as number priority and not selfishly putting his own interest ahead of the country's interest.No integrity. Take a look at Nigeria security challenges, economic problems..Buhari government failed to solve any of those problems, a person of integrity would have resigned cos he failed on his promises just like how Finland's entire government resigned over its failure to achieve a key policy goal on social welfare and healthcare reform. Lets also take a look at the just concluded elections in Nigeria. Such a big show of shame by the Mr integrity government to use its power to seduce, frustrate and intimidate Inec, As if that wasnt enough, they also turned our security officials to their party agents and dangerous tools to rigged out the desires of the masses.

** DO YOU KNOW THAT ON MARCH 8, 2019 "Finland's entire government resigned over its failure to achieve a key policy goal on social welfare and healthcare reform."

That is integrity, the government failed to achieve part of its duty and honorably resigned...president buhari and his government will never do such, So where is the integrity we are talking about.


**INTEGRITY is mainly not about i don't steal money.


So, its is very wrong to use President Buhari an integrity in the same sentence..They are two parallel lines that will never meet or cross each other



WRITER: BAIYERI MICHAEL OLUWAFEMI



http://www.thengtimes.com/2019/03/opinion-why-it-is-very-wrong-to-put.html

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Re: Opinion: Why It Is Very Wrong To Use Buhari And Integrity In The Same Sentence by ngtimea16: 2:03am On Mar 16
Ngtimes:
According to the School of thought,Integrity means following your moral or ethical convictions and doing the right thing in all circumstances, even if no one is watching you. Also another definition of integrity means you are true to yourself and would do nothing that demeans or dishonors you and also the state of being whole and undivided.



Think: As an honest individual, you should ask yourself if truly president buhari is doing the right thing in all circumstances, if indeed he is true to himself like failing to deliver on campaign promises. During 2015 campaigns, President Buhari’s team promised Nigerians heaven and earth. They promised to bring food to our table, they promised to make one dollar equal one naira, they promised to give us 24hours interrupted power supply, they promised to increase Nysc alawee to #50000, they promised to give unemployed graduates #5000 every month. They won the election, Nigerians were expecting change and implementations of campaign promises. It didn’t happen. It was all deceit.



**One of the truest tests of integrity is its blunt refusal to be compromised." - Chinua Achebe W.


**Clement Stone said "Have the courage to say no. Have the courage to face the truth. Do the right thing because it is right. These are the magic keys to living your life with integrity."


Think: Does President buhari have the same courage to say no when things are going wrong. when the senate proposed an electoral bill which will put an end too irregularities in electoral process like rigging, snatching of ballot boxes and so on, president buhari refuse to accent to the bill for selfish reasons.. he knows with such a bill he will not be able to get those massive high manipulated figures from the north again, so he refused. A person with integrity serving the country will always put the country's interest as number priority and not selfishly putting his own interest ahead of the country's interest.No integrity. Take a look at Nigeria security challenges, economic problems..Buhari government failed to solve any of those problems, a person of integrity would have resigned cos he failed on his promises just like how Finland's entire government resigned over its failure to achieve a key policy goal on social welfare and healthcare reform. Lets also take a look at the just concluded elections in Nigeria. Such a big show of shame by the Mr integrity government to use its power to seduce, frustrate and intimidate Inec, As if that wasnt enough, they also turned our security officials to their party agents and dangerous tools to rigged out the desires of the masses.

** DO YOU KNOW THAT ON MARCH 8, 2019 "Finland's entire government resigned over its failure to achieve a key policy goal on social welfare and healthcare reform."

That is integrity, the government failed to achieve part of its duty and honorably resigned...president buhari and his government will never do such, So where is the integrity we are talking about.


**INTEGRITY is mainly not about i don't steal money.


So, its is very wrong to use President Buhari and integrity in the same sentence..They are two parallel lines that will never meet or cross each other



WRITER: BAIYERI MICHAEL OLUWAFEMI



http://www.thengtimes.com/2019/03/opinion-why-it-is-very-wrong-to-put.html
Re: Opinion: Why It Is Very Wrong To Use Buhari And Integrity In The Same Sentence by BrokenTV: 6:41am On Mar 16
Some Educated illiterate and some psychofant on this forum will disagree with you, Buhari has no single atom of integrity but just a simple pretender.

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Re: Opinion: Why It Is Very Wrong To Use Buhari And Integrity In The Same Sentence by Egalitarian1: 6:52am On Mar 16
Buhari has no integrity. No single Nigerian politician of nowadays has proven to have inte let alone grity, so integrity is very expensive jari
Re: Opinion: Why It Is Very Wrong To Use Buhari And Integrity In The Same Sentence by Leboska(m): 7:08am On Mar 16
During 2015 election I keep telling people that care to listen that buhari is more corrupt than abacha, in fact his own is worse than corruption. Integrity has always been far from him.

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Re: Opinion: Why It Is Very Wrong To Use Buhari And Integrity In The Same Sentence by Sonoyom(m): 7:33am On Mar 16
Integrity has a different definition as it concerns Buhari.

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Re: Opinion: Why It Is Very Wrong To Use Buhari And Integrity In The Same Sentence by tribalistseun: 8:05am On Mar 16
Buhari and hell-rufia are terrorist argue with your radio.

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Re: Opinion: Why It Is Very Wrong To Use Buhari And Integrity In The Same Sentence by WritePal: 8:14am On Mar 16
Buhari has batardized the meaning of integrity with the way he uses the word or they use it for him - without knowing the meaning.

Today, the word 'Integrity' has a negative meaning. So, if you as a person has true integrity, don't say you have integrity. Find another word. Buhari and APC have already batardized the meaning of integrity in Nigerian.
Re: Opinion: Why It Is Very Wrong To Use Buhari And Integrity In The Same Sentence by StillX10(m): 9:20am On Mar 16
It is insulting to sound intellect to suggest that Buhari has integrity
Re: Opinion: Why It Is Very Wrong To Use Buhari And Integrity In The Same Sentence by Emusan(m): 10:28am On Mar 16
Integrity is when PRESIDENT Buhari went Kano to endorsed corrupted Gov Ganduje and the same Kano people rejected Ganduje because of corruption....

Don't ask me how I know, ask APC supporters...

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