It is very very unfortunate that Buhari didnt read the hand writing on the wall. Nuhu Ribadu was in heart a PDP stuge but ACN in the mind of unsuspecting Nigerians. To deny the fact that ACN didnt have any pact with Goodluck Jonathan and PDP is something that even a BLIND MAN can challenge. Can someone tell us the reason why PDP members were drafted to mediate between ACN & CPC alliance, all in an effort to make sure that it never worked. I have nothing against Dr. Goodluck Jonathan but the party from which he contested the election. It is obvious that people were sympathetic with him and that translated to the votes they casted for him and not his party. Goodluck didnt promise anything to Nigerians and should not be judged should he fail to achieve anything within the 4 years he will be president. But he owe alot to everyone who irrespective of the bad name his party (PDP) has created for itself for the past 12years it has been holding the presidency, to write his name in gold by keeping away from those criminals who will be hanging around the presidency now and open their mouth wide for appointments and contracts but try whatever he can to fix some of those things that Nigeria so badly needed like the electricity, security and corruption the little he can. A presidential plane was arranged for Tinubu to meet PDP officials and the presidency in Abuja to concretize the arrangement which they agreed so as to be part of the PDP government when Goodluck Jonathan is finally innaugurated come may 29. Nigerian politicians should not be trusted and i dont see the reason why innocent and hungry stricken Nigerians should lay down their lives for these thieves to continue looting what is remained of the Nigerian economy. Fellow progressives, lets not loose hope on Nigeria but we should continue to contribute in whatever means we can by sensitizing the Nigerian public on the need to believe in themselves and in Nigeria state hoping that one day, this country will rise again and become the nation that is the dream of everyone. God bless Nigeria!