Buhari should resign, he needs to go and rest – Jibrin

Buhari should resign, he needs to go and rest - Jibrin

Abdulmumin Jibri, A former chairman of the House of Representatives committee on Appropriation,  has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to resign for the sake of the Nation, according to him, Buhari has done his best for the country and needs to rest now.

Jibrin stated this on Friday via his Twitter account.

“So many issues are left unattended even small issues that a presidential cough can deal with are left hanging.

“Supporters are worried, understandably resorting to grumbling in hush voices while keeping bold faces and holding on to hope and prayers.

“The government has so many soft targets for internal and external opposition to feast. We must tell ourselves the truth rather than live in denial

“At PMB’s age, working actively for over 50 years, even without his present health condition, his capacity will be greatly challenged.

“Mr president himself admitted that he has never been this sick in his entire life which makes the entire scenario really worrisome.

“Then we are reminded every day that PMB will travel abroad again to attend to his health as if it is just normal and we should celebrate?

“I believe that the combination of these two factors of his age and health situation has slowed down the pace of PMB and the APC govt

“This has become clearly noticeable because it is a time that the country is expected to be on auto cruise in dealing with its challenges bearing in mind that the present APC government is fast running out of time yet things continue to go even slower, slower and slower!

“The more PMB appears on camera, the more the narrative of his health situation takes the center stage and the uncertainty it creates

“It is a narrative that has overpowered whatever official function Mr President is discharging since his return from medical vacation

“PMB gave his all to Nigeria. He is a great man, an enigma like Mandela. If we truly love him, We must not allow him to be rubbished

“Life and health belongs to God but the more I see pictures of Mr President, the more I am convinced he needs to go and rest. He needs it!

“The president I see on camera needs full home care not office, moderately quiet life, enough rest and quality time with his family

“Sometimes there is no harm in being driven in a car you labour to buy and who knows? You might even enjoy the ride better on owners’ seat

“PMB should opt for or encourage to accept a negotiated exit. The country can not afford a sort of part-time president at this time

“This is not as easy but it is doable. I do not think PMB is obsessed with power, I only think the practical way to go about things is to key in the interest of those who are or can be an obstacle around the president for fear of losing their positions or relevance.

“The interest of PMB himself, his family and friends, some officials and regional sentiments are interest that should be addressed.

“If we truly love PMB, we must apply some urgent diplomacy, resolve these issues quickly, move on and save the country valuable time.

“Mr President can be giving a special concession to nominate a new VP. We should expect that he nominates a very competent northerner.

“A nominee that can get things done and have the capacity to unite the north and assuage it feelings for losing the presidency again.

“We the northerners should accept it as destiny, may be Almighty God is so disappointed with the present generation of northern leaders.

“And maybe God wants to reserve the northern presidential slot for the younger and vibrant northern generation that will come after us.

“I also believe Mrs Buhari is competent enough and can be considered for a cabinet position. She has paid her dues in APC, anyway.

“The incoming President will have to do some diplomatic shuttle to few powerful officials to address whatever their fears may be.

“A committee of all former heads of states, APC leaders and DSS can work together to push through this agenda in our collective interest.

“I apologise to any body who might misunderstand my tweets or feel offended. I have to love PMB even more and have nothing against him.

“But this is my candid opinion and advice. It may not be the case or perfect but it has the conviction of my conscience and I will sleep well.

“I have listened to many arguments, none is worth the life of PMB. He has done his best. I believe it is time he let go. God bless you all,” Jibrin wrote.

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11 Comments

  1. Honestly, I love Buhari to the hilt and I religiously believe in his profound good intentions for Nigeria
    However, no one can cheat nature
    From all indications, it is obvious that his present state of health can no longer sustain him in carrying out the hugely demanding roles of a president, more so in a nation as big as Nigeria, with multi faceted problems
    Apparently, Osinbajo did quite a great job when he acted as president due his being physically fit
    He was able to deliver a “close-contact” governance by going around the nation to interact with people living far away from Abuja
    This helped a lot in awakening the people’s confidence and motivating them into understanding and supporting the good works of this government
    If the constitution permits, Buhari can stay on the background, while Osinbajo stays on the forefront
    The only snag is the negative mentality of most typical “born to rule” Hausa/Fulani who may make things difficult for Osinbajo

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