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The System, not Me, is What is Slow – Buhari



President Muhammadu Buhari has said he is slow to tackle the challenges facing the country, but instead, it is the system of things that demands slowness.

The Cable reports that Buhari said this while receiving a delegation from the Federal Capital Territory community, who paid him a Christmas visit. He said:

It’s not Baba (Buhari) that is slow but it is the system. So, I am going by this system and I hope we will make it.

Buhari said his campaign will visit all 6 geopolitical zones in the country to remind Nigerians of the promises he made in 2015. He said:

We are watching the Independent National Electoral Commission very seriously and we are going out very soon; we will go from geo-political zone to geo-political zone, to remind the people of our promises in 2015.

These three fundamental things include security, because you have to secure the country before you can govern it and talking about what we have done regarding securing the country, the people of the north-east know better.

The three fundamental things we campaigned with are still very relevant. On improving the economy, which we are still going to explore, we have done well in agriculture, and those who embraced farming are not regretting it and we have also addressed unemployment and we are very lucky, through that we are now attaining food security.

The third thing with which we will campaign is the issue of corruption.

I told you what I did when I was in uniform but now when I have to go by this system (democracy,) where people have to be arrested and then prosecuted, taken to court and then with evidence, we will collect back what they had taken illegally and for doing that, people are calling me Baba go slow.

I am going slowly but whatever the case, I will not stop pointing fingers at those who have abused trust by taking money that does not belong to them. I will keep on trying to do my best for this country and get back what belongs to the country.


  1. Uberhaute Looks

    December 26, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    Who creates the system? Who is in charge of the system? Please stop talking like an illiterate and either resign or brace up!
    People are hungry…no jobs, no good health facility! Kilode?


    December 26, 2018 at 7:41 pm

    Says the guy who runs ‘the system’ ! ???!
    A confused bunch, no responsibility of office.


    December 26, 2018 at 11:47 pm

    Says he man who is in charge of the system

  4. Nnenne

    December 27, 2018 at 5:05 pm

    And this statement alone,sir, makes you not just slow but dumb!!!

  5. Aare

    December 28, 2018 at 3:34 pm

    There is a feeling in me that this guy does not believe he can accomplish much. Ill prepared for the presidency and still complaining about an unproductive and rotten governance structure he should he should be trying to fix.

  6. tunmi

    January 2, 2019 at 8:47 pm

    lol he’s not wrong.

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