Don’t ridicule President
Please, mind how you discuss a sick person on the pages of newspapers. Also, know for sure that no one knows the type of sickness that will kill him or her.
Second, God has been graceful to President Muhammadu Buhari as a young soldier, military head of state and now President. Third, he has exceeded the 70 years Almighty God promised us, His children, to live on earth.
Buhari is almost 75 now and still enjoying the grace of God. We have to pray for him, and not use his sickness to score political points or to ridicule him. Mind you, I am not a politician.
— Anyamele Samuel Chinaza. 08023745017.
Stop the rigmarole
Femi, I read your article on President Buhari in Daily Sun. Let us be sincere and stop the rigmarole, let them tell us the truth. Let us call a spade a spade, nobody wishes anybody dead.
Sorry, if I am blunt, that is my character.
All is well
It is not necessary for some governors like Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State to travel to UK to see our President. This is because tomorrow Fayose would come out and say he uses taxpayers’ money of Ekiti State to travel to UK to see Mr. President.
The governors should not waste taxpayers’ money needed for infrastructural development. Let them remain here and do goverance. Our president is well.
God bless Nigeria.
— Gordon Chika Nnorom, Umukabi. 08062887535.
Buhari has failed
His place let another take! We should subject President Buhari to the prescribed constitutional medical examination. I believe that he has failed this nation.
Tribalism, hatred, economic woes, electoral manipulation, etc., are the hallmarks of his government. We should vote him out.
— Col. R.N. Oputa (retd). 08033206191.
Where I come from, some governors and other top political office holders cannot be local government chairmen much less what they are now.
In last week’s piece, 2019: Who wants to dare Buhari? I erroneously wrote: “That led to a tragic civil war in July 1967. It lasted for 30 cruel and gruesome months when it ended in early January 1969.”
The war ended in early January 1970, not 1969. Thanks for tolerating me.