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A father should guide a child to achieve success

06 January 2015, 18:28 Man jailed for having sex with goat

If u have a child in school and the child is not performing well academically would u go to the school and replace the child doing the assignment writing the exams?

Will u do that or rather advice the child find positive ways to help him b a success with his academics. Then why would some persons who knows the challenges GEJ administration has faced rate him as a failure?

If GMB has anything to offer this country he should support and find ways to advice and make GEJ a better president he should act as a father that he his not as a competitor. Is GEJ administration worse than that of Abacha?

Where was Buhari then why did he not come out and play the messiah he is claiming to be now.did he ever oppose Abacha?

Buhari had the privilege to rule this nation several times and whatever success he enjoyed or achieved is as a result of collective support and the guidance of our forefathers so he should reciprocate that, if they (the elderly and fathers) did guide and provide a fair opportunity to our generation to lead we would have done far better than they did.

So if people like GEJ is failing it is as a result of people like GMB who would want to replace their children in an exam hall rather than guide them, had it been APC has presented candidate like Kwankwaso or Amaechi it would have been reasonable and fair to our generation. GMB ruled my father he cannot rule me, let him channel his idea and advice in an advisory way.

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