with this saga now behind us, i suggest that the Nigerian constitution should state, if it has no such clause, that in the event where the president is incapable of discharging his duties for reason of illhealth over a certain period of time, the vice president shall, of course, assume such duties without any controversy.
s it really enough or enough is enough,is just another comic slogan to commensurate an event. In this part of the world we are use to words without follow up the next thing one realise is the leave the syndrome, where everyone had suddenly become part and parcel of the system.
If we really, opt for a change we must keep the pression, propose, sensitize,form into groups of national conscious of enlightenment and press for change base on the criteria of what the majority of Nigerians want and be sure it become mandatory to all. The kind of society we want for ourselves is determine by the people and for the people, it is now or never the truly enough.
what i found out in nigeria is that,there is a group of poeple(ocultic)that detect the affairs of our dear country.untill those poeple are fished out and disgraced,the country will never moved forward.they were responsible for the actions of mr president which ordinarlly is a good man.one of them is the number one lawman that thought all nigerians are fool.
Suggestion: Let the senior most Senator with the maximum continued service in the Senate become the temporary Vice President. If there are more than one, the eldest by age becomes; if there are more than one, the Muslim among them becomes; if more than one Muslim or no Muslim, the lot decides amongst the most senior most aged Senator.
What then are we talking about, if the court is asking the Vice President, Goodluck Jonathan, to perform Yar Adua's duties. My question then is, "who's duties was Jonathan performing since 50 days of the President Yar Adua's absentia?.
if you ask me, i will say what stops him from making even if it is one minute broadcast to Nigerians on television or is he now a ghost that nobody can see? we just want to see him and watch him talk to Nigerians not some useless radio broadcast who are they deceiving? themselves or Nigerians?
As the climate change conference draws near, I urge on The US and the European Community to come out with an objective legally binding agreement on the cutting of greenhouse emission to save the already dicey environment of the developing nations, Africa and Asia in general.