Buhari Doesn’t Deserve Second Term – Ramas Okoye

Dr. Ramas Okoye Asuzu, United Nations Ambassador of Peace and renowned community leader in Anambra State, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari does not deserve a second term of office due to what he saw as hardship meted out on the citizenry by the APC-led Federal Government.

The community leader recalled that when the incumbent president was the military head of state, he brought untold hardship upon Nigerians and rather than correct the sins of the past, Ramas maintained that the president introduced more hardship into the country; fighting corruption with soiled hands.

The foremost traditionalist who spoke at his Liberation Temple of Absolute God Nri Anaocha Local Government Area of Anambra State, stated vehemently that President Buhari should jettison the idea of a second term in office, stressing his first term was a total mess.

Ramas said, “President Buhari should not deceive himself. He should go and rest because he is as old as rest itself.”

He posited that the president would only make a mockery of himself by joining the 2019 presidential contest.

He however made case for a single tenure system to avoid recycling of individuals who have served in one elective office or the other.

He contended that the present crop of leaders were corrupt beyond redemption, alleging that all the recovered looted funds under the present Federal Government had not been accounted for taking cognizance of the fact that Nigerians were suffering and in dire need of a leadership with human face.

He also observed that in a country where some individuals receive about N40 million as allowance while civil servants receive a paltry sum of N18,000 as minimum wage was worrisome.

He noted that the daunting gap between the rich and the poor in the country was alarming.

Ramas therefore recommended that those he termed present crop of corrupt leaders should be flushed out to enthrone a new political dispensation where social inequality would be addressed.

Credit (Daily Independent)