The professor also predicted that soon the country will experience another coup d’état and military take-over as long as government refused to change its tactics to immediately address current challenges bothering on poverty, infrastructure, economy, security, among others. He, however, noted that there is yet no time-frame for the possible take-over.
“In democracies, there are guidelines to doing everything, including electioneering periods. It is quite regrettable to note that the current crop of leaders in the country have commercial interest rather than think of how to grow the economy and better the lots of citizens. We have leaders without ideologies who decamp from one party to another during times of elections for selfish political interests,” he reiterated.