“Whatever we do we need to deal with this matter with the level of maturity it requires, with the proper decorum and I will say we should never do it in a way that is going to humiliate President Zuma,” Ramaphosa said. The non-humiliation of Zuma is theme ANC members returned to when Zuma exit is discussed.
What is essential is that this dispute now needs to be internationalized. There is genocide being perpetrated by the herdsmen and we have a federal governmental security apparatus populated mainly by Fulani people who are clearly acting as interested parties in this conflict whilst feigning ignorance and objectivity.
Olusegun Obasanjo former Nigerian leader asked President Muhammadu Buhari not to seek re-election next year, saying he has failed in his management of Africa’s most populous country. “I only appeal to brother Buhari to consider a deserved rest at this point in time,” Obasanjo said. “President Buhari does not necessarily need to heed my advice. But whether or not he heeds it, Nigeria needs to move on and move forward.”