Between Buhari’s ‘Good Governance’ and Participatory Democracy

Odimegwu Onwumere

By Odimegwu Onwumere

The expedition by General Muhammadu Buhari to give Nigerians good governance is giving a deep cut in the head from the way he is going about his government. His mind’s debate figuratively centres on which aspects of governance he should give the constituents.

His debate can be seen: He categorically believes that fighting corruption is the best part of governance that he has to promote. Buhari’s sojourn to the Europe and USA to assist him fight the monster called corruption may be seen as a miscalculated efforts.

This is said because these foreign continents or countries will not help in that aspect neutrally. They must seek for what their countries must take home as remuneration to their efforts. This is where Buhari has started showing administrative crisis.

It is palpable that Buhari has been expressing grievances against the government that he succeeded, without any advancement in harnessing…

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