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Lebanon Government Bows To Presure And Resigns by krisjnr007: 6:56pm On Aug 10, 2020
Lebanon’s premier Hassan Diab stepped down Monday amid fury within and outside his government over the deadly Beirut port blast he blamed on the incompetence and corruption of a decades-old ruling class.

Can an African leader ever do the same, he rather die in power


https://punchng.com/breaking-lebanons-government-resigns-over-beirut-blast/
Re: Lebanon Government Bows To Presure And Resigns by SadiqBabaSani: 7:05pm On Aug 10, 2020
hmmm
Re: Lebanon Government Bows To Presure And Resigns by SadiqBabaSani: 7:05pm On Aug 10, 2020
he is mad
Re: Lebanon Government Bows To Presure And Resigns by budaatum: 7:15pm On Aug 10, 2020
krisjnr007:
Can an African leader ever do the same, he rather die in power.
Yes we can do the same, and have done the same, and for reasons not as bad as what even happened to Lebanon.

Here is some history of people power in Nigeria so you know how powerful you actually are. It's just a pity that we did not come up with a solution till Abacha stepped in which just show we should plan better next time.

Re: Lebanon Government Bows To Presure And Resigns by SweetJoystick(m): 7:15pm On Aug 10, 2020
krisjnr007:
Lebanon’s premier Hassan Diab stepped down Monday amid fury within and outside his government over the deadly Beirut port blast he blamed on the incompetence and corruption of a decades-old ruling class.

Can an African leader ever do the same, he rather die in power


https://punchng.com/breaking-lebanons-government-resigns-over-beirut-blast/
The question is can African youths, mostly Nigerian youths pressure the government to make them resign or sit up? The answer is no, we are comfortable with the status quo and would rather channel energy to entertainment
Re: Lebanon Government Bows To Presure And Resigns by krisjnr007: 7:20pm On Aug 10, 2020
budaatum:

Yes we can do the same, and have done the same, and for reasons not as bad as what even happened to Lebanon.

Here is some history of people power in Nigeria so you know how powerful you actually are. It's just a pity that we did not come up with a solution till Abacha stepped in which just show we should plan better next time.


Very correct, June 12 made Babangida leave office after serious presure form both within and outside. I think the question now is , this crop of youth we have today, can we presurise this men to leave office

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Re: Lebanon Government Bows To Presure And Resigns by krisjnr007: 7:21pm On Aug 10, 2020
SweetJoystick:

The question is can African youths, mostly Nigerian youths pressure the government to make them resign or sit up? The answer is no, we are comfortable with the status quo and would rather channel energy to entertainment


Corrects question there
Re: Lebanon Government Bows To Presure And Resigns by budaatum: 7:26pm On Aug 10, 2020
krisjnr007:


Very correct, June 12 made Babangida leave office after serious presure form both within and outside. I think the question now is , this crop of youth we have today, can we presurise this men to leave office
Why would you want to pressurise democratically elected people to leave office?
Re: Lebanon Government Bows To Presure And Resigns by krisjnr007: 7:35pm On Aug 10, 2020
[quote author=budaatum post=92673594]
Why would you want to pressurise democratically elected people to leave office? [/quote

Who voted them, who counted your vote. You need to be real. So your vote counted in ogun election, your vote also counted in kogi election, your vote also counted in 2019 general election.

Even if we can not demand for their resignation, we can demand for accountability while in office. How many people died of insecurities, who would you blame, me , you or the leaders
Re: Lebanon Government Bows To Presure And Resigns by simpul(m): 7:39pm On Aug 10, 2020
We are truly on a long way to freedom.
Re: Lebanon Government Bows To Presure And Resigns by budaatum: 7:53pm On Aug 10, 2020
krisjnr007:
Who voted them, who counted your vote. You need to be real. So your vote counted in ogun election, your vote also counted in kogi election, your vote also counted in 2019 general election.

Even if we can not demand for their resignation, we can demand for accountability while in office. How many people died of insecurities, who would you blame, me , you or the leaders
Yes, I do blame me, and you, and I am very real!

We Nigerians voted and we Nigerians counted our votes, and if our vote was not properly cast and counted perhaps we should hold ourselves accountable and accept that we were incompetent and learn to do better next time instead of making out like Martians voted in Nigeria and Martians counted the vote and all the people who died was not because we were incompetent and irresponsible and could not vote or count our own votes!

The beauty of democracy is we get to have another go everywhere 4 years during which we can improve on our previous incompetence and lack of accountable for the conditions we find ourselves in.

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