It's in your best interest that you don't try to understand everything he said:
"President Buhari has left no one
in doubt-except of course incorrigible political Philistines and revanchists-that he has set his hands on the plough and no
political Jupiter can stop him now from cleansing the Augean stable and navigating the ship of the Nigerian state from Bermuda
Triangle. He has demonstrated a
diaphanous commitment to pulverize the monster of corruption by not just vacuous
sloganeering as it was in the past, but has announced a willingness to begin an epic prosecution of economic vandals.
The constitution of a Presidential Advisory Committee against corruption, headed by the fiery and no nonsense Professor Itse
Sagay, is a further demonstration of his commitment.
I simply don't understand what they mean by sluggishness. Mr President met a country in a state of economic phlebotomy, social
anomie, moral putrescence and political erebusism. Was he supposed to have, against this background, begin to take
precipitate steps bordering on the harum scarum just to satiate the dramatic proclivities of those who lightly cogitate that Nigeria is a political cinematography? No no
Fixing the Nigerian economy just now requires systematic methodology,a sangfroid disposition and a calculative mind
as cool as cucumber. His shuttle diplomacy to rally Nigeria's neighbours and the international community at regional and
global levels are already paying off in the war against Boko Haram. His spartan discipline and respect for the rule of law, especially on fiscal matters, are already yielding positive mileage for the economy.
Nigerians are used to theatrics and
histrionics but President Buhari is not a man of theatre and drama.He is a man of few words but much action."