On his Twitter handle, Omoyele Sowore made a scathing remark about the Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari, and his Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, calling them the "class of failure." Sowore accuses the duo of failing the Nigerian people for eight straight years, yet they still present a book about the year 2050 after their weekly Failure Executive Committee (FEC) meeting.
This statement from Sowore is not just a condemnation of the current administration but also a reflection of the frustration of many Nigerians with the government's performance. Nigeria is a country plagued with numerous challenges ranging from insecurity, unemployment, poor infrastructure, and a failing economy, among others. The people have continuously expressed their dissatisfaction with the government's response to these issues, which they see as inadequate and insufficient.
Sowore's statement, therefore, represents a call to action for Nigerians to demand more from their leaders. It is a reminder that accountability is necessary for progress, and leaders must be held accountable for their actions or inactions. It is not enough to hold a weekly meeting and present a book about a future that seems bleak for many Nigerians. Instead, leaders must take practical steps to address the current challenges and create a brighter future for the country.
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