Buhari Is A Nepotistic President- Ohanaeze Chieftain Says

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Former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chuks Ibegbu has accused President Buhari for exhibiting his nepotistic and sectional characteristics.

 Following the appointment of Yah aya as the new COAS, many Nigerians have slammed Buhari for being tribalistic. In the opinion of Chuks Ibegbu, Buhari has shown that he is not fit to be a good leader.

 Ibegbu said: “For the past six years, Buhari has been running a sectional and nepotistic government; he appears to be the president of Northern Nigeria instead of the president of Nigeria.

“In a multi-ethnic and religious society like Nigeria, the constitution makes it clear that he has to balance everything for peace and unity to reign, but he has not done that.

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“When Jonathan was there, he considered the peculiarity of Nigeria, and he distributed offices and appointments accordingly. Jonathan established university schools in all parts of the country (Almajiri system) to make the North have a sense of belonging.

“When Obasanjo was there, he did his best for all parts of the country; even Yar’Adua was not as sectional as this. Buhari is so fixated. He does not care, and that is the irony.

“Buhari has the prerogative to appoint his Chief of Army Staff when it comes to appointment, but that right is subject to equity and fairness.

“Mr President has done his duty of appointing the Chief of Army Staff but has not addressed the peculiarity and diversity of Nigeria. In a multi-ethnic society like this, he has to consider sensitivity, sensibility and diversity.

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“In summary, Mr president has two years to stay, and he has not proven himself to be a nationalistic leader but a sectional leader, an ethnic warlord and a nepotic leader.

“In the history of Nigeria, it will be on record that one General Buhari came, and instead of building a united nation, he was building a divided one.”

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