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1/17/2018

BUHARI IS RUNNING DIFFICULT SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT AKANDE

BUHARI IS RUNNING DIFFICULT SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT AKANDE
The former Interim National Chairman, All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Bisi Akande, has again reiterated his
call for parliamentary democracy if Nigeria would succeed.
He asserted that if the country continues with the present system of government, Nigeria would not succeed.
Akande who is also a former Governor of Osun State, stated this in his country home, Ila-Orangun, at a press conference to mark his 79 birthday yesterday.
Expressing his view about the Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, the elder statesman insisted that there is no how Buhari would succeed with the present system of government.
He said: “Buhari is my personal friend, he is running a very difficult system of government. Even if Angel should come to run the system of government he’s running, he cannot succeed.
“Nigeria democracy is the military democracy of sharing. The longer you practice American democracy, the poorer you become in Nigeria.
“The system is unworkable. Any law under any unworkable constitution is a bad law. They are doing a difficult thing under a very bad system. So long we continue with this form of system, Nigeria will not succeed.”

Akande who also faulted centralisation of power at the federal, insisted that police must be decentralised.
Listing countries like Isreal, UK, India and others that have succeeded with the parliamentary system, he said: “Up to the present age, evidence-based analyses has proved parliamentary democracy to be the most accountably transparent form of government in the whole world.
“Considering that, apart from being transparent and very accountable, parliamentary democracy is absolutely inclusive. Therefore, it appears to be the best form of governmental structure for Nigeria now.
“The American democracy of multi-party presidentialism is too complicated and costly for a country of poor people with large illiteracy rate like Nigeria.

“Multi-party parliamentary democracy is the best form of government that is left available for Nigeria, if it wants to catch up with the rest of the civilised and rapidly developing world in the next decades before oil revenues will no longer be in vogue,” he submitted.
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