The O’odua People’s Congress (OPC), a Yoruba Socio-Cultural group, on Tuesday mentioned that President Muhammadu Buhari nonetheless has about two years to carry out and canvass for re-election by Nigerians in 2019.
The Founder and President of OPC, Dr Frederick Fasehun, mentioned this at a information convention in Lagos on the state of the nation.
Fasehun, who famous that the current administration needed to do extra to win the arrogance of Nigerians, mentioned that governance has to do with service to the individuals.
According to him, Nigerians are calling on the President to lift his efficiency as 2019 normal election approaches.
“Children don’t get promoted to the following class except they’ve accomplished properly within the present class.
“Therefore, if Nigerians are saying that the present authorities is performing under expectations, I don’t suppose anyone on this present authorities has the appropriate to ask Nigerians for his or her votes once more.
“Of course, they nonetheless have about two years to carry out, in the event that they carry out so fantastically, Nigerians can forgive them.
“But, I don’t suppose this authorities is performing as much as the expectations of Nigerians.
“Perhaps, they’ve the magic to carry out and persuade Nigerians to forgive them. If they’ve the magic, we want them properly.
“Politics is no magic, governance is no magic, it is through performance,” the OPC chief mentioned.
Fasehun, who frowned on the recurrent killing of individuals by suspected herdsmen, urged the Federal Government to expedite motion at tackling the menace earlier than it snowballed into ethnic disaster.
He urged the president to carry out his major responsibility of enhancing welfare of residents and safety of lives and property.
“Security has damaged down and the primary responsibility of presidency is to supply safety of lives and property.
“Therefore, we call on the President to act fast because he has few months left. He can still change the situation and make Nigeria and Nigerians great,” he added.
Fasehun, who urged the President to revive the economic system and make training free for all, additionally appealed to the federal authorities to expedite motion on assuaging poverty and hardship being confronted by Nigerians.
The OPC chief additionally urged the president to deal with highway infrastructural decay to curb all preventable highway accidents.
On the choice of Otunba Gani Adams by the Alaafin of Oyo because the 15th Aare Ona Kakanfo, Fasehun mentioned the event was an attestation and acknowledgement of the efficiency of OPC.