Nigerians claimed they are yet to witness the ‘change’ proposed by the Buhari-led administration.
Some Nigerians say they are still evaluating the performance of President Muhammadu Buhari since he assumed office on Friday, May 29, 2015.
Compared to the administration of the immediate past president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Buhari’s administration has been trailed with mixed feelings especially after he left the shores of the country for what he described as a ‘medical leave.’
Some Nigerians felt that the President would have fully handed over power to the vice president, Yemi Osinbajo, before embarking on his medical leave to the United Kingdom.
Some felt that the President did not hand over power in full capacity to his vice as the commander in chief of the armed forces of Nigeria, instead of restricting the vice president to the roles in an acting capacity.
As some claimed they are yet to benefit from the present administration, some applauded the Buhari-led administration for its commitment in sanitizing the nation from corruption which has eaten deep into the economy of the nation.
Although the fight against corruption was commended by Nigerians, some are also of the opinion that the anti-corruption fight is bias.
Some are of the opinion that the fight against corruption is against the members of the opposition party, while some members of the ruling party lavish even in the midst of corruption.