Dissecting security issues in Democracy Day speeches
When i read president Buhari’s broadcast to the Nation on Democracy Day , i was in serious confused if the speechwriters are really conversant with issue of the security deteriorating in the country. It is the same thing President repeating everyday which we’re yet to see any significant change. The speeches shows that the administration and its securities apparatus are not on top of the situations because each passed day the lives of Nigerians are mimed in senseless killed by armed bandits and other.
Its was under the watch of our perceive Messiah President the North came across something called banditry and kidnapping that cost the lives of thousands. For Mr President and his handlers clearly knew that Northern votes secured his first and second term, northerners absolutely have right to voices out in their demands that the administration, rewards their loyalty in real terms by protecting the lives and properties and most importantly their economic well being.
To be honest Nigerians’ hope has been dashed and the trust reposed on President has been betrayed with unfulfilled promises.Buhari’s five years in office were characterized by insecurity, banditry, kidnapping, economy recession and other untold hardships.
Its apt to qoute him @MBuhari, In 2015, you said it was a big disgrace for the previous admin to deal with insurgents for 5 years to the extent of seeking help from neighboring countries. Now, in his 5 years in office, not only is BH existing, but other forms of insecurities are the new norm.
Like President and his aides know better one of most important qualities of a leader include integrity, accountability, empathy, humility, resilience, vision, influence, and positivity. While management is about persuading people to do things they do not want to do, while leadership is about inspiring people to do things they never thought they could. But the adminstration lost this chance especially first one year in office Am sure with kind of much and over confidence that mostly Nigerians had on the administration can inspiring citizens to do the right things.
One may finding it so difficult to juxtapose the constitutional and primary responsibility of the government with the prevailing situation in the country under the watch of President and state governors where scores of people have been killed on daily basis, hundreds others have abandoned their homes.
These bandits always scatter themselves and walking freely. Hence, security personnel find it difficult sometimes to contain the attacks. However, still calling on the Federal Government to deploy more soldiers, mobile policemen and fighter helicopters to Katsina. Let them comb all the forests and eliminate these bandits.