Every nation on earth has its own set of problems of one kind or another. The Nigerian polity is no exception. As head-ache is normally associated with human skills, so also are social problems the features of living and growing human societies. Accordingly, Nigeria as all developing nation is saddled with bristling and burning social problems of various dimension.

Group life or life in society is a natural to man as leadership is a necessary attribute of social life or society. Society without leadership is like a human boy without a head. In a sense leadership is to the society or organization what the eye is to a human person. A country or nation without efficient leadership is usually doomed to exploitation or stagnation to chaos and a state of social dosarrary. The quality of in a society quite often hinges on the quality and degree of leadership there in available.

Nigeria urgently needs a massive economic stimulus programme. If he can summon the energy, Buhari should significantly increase spending the sectors, projects and prorammes that boost the economy, generate employment and promote inclusive growth. He should priontise infrastractive, labor-intensive manufacturing such as textiles and for food wear, agro-Processing, youth entrepreneurship profects, health and education.
Nigeria has a very large stock of human and natural resources, that aren’t been used optimally. Meanwhile, there is a huge infrastructure deficit. These arrange from dilapidated roads, epileptic electricity supply, acute water shortages, crumbing public buildings, grossly underfunded public tertiary institutions and so on. The gap can be closed though public works projects executed with direct labour.
The benefits are clear. These projects would provide temporary employment for unskilled workers in government funded projects, which would enable these workers to gain experience needed for permanent jobs. In addition, the targeted stimulus spending on productive and value-creating projects would spur growth, while also addressing inclusivity. The beneficiaries of economic growth in Nigerian have typically been politicians, workers in the oil and gas sector, high-level public officials and executives of financial institutions.
A vast majority of Nigerians are usually left out
Some may wonder how the Buhari administration could possibly finance a massive stimulus spending, given dwindling oil revenues and a volatile global oil market.
There’s an answer to this conundrum. Nigerian could follow the example of the Asian countries that financed their stimulus programmes through domestic borrowing mainly by issuing government bonds. Borrowing money domestically in local currency isn’t nearly as problematic as external borrowing.
Of course, financing stimulus spending via domestic borrowing comes at a price. It may crowd-out domestic private investment by raising interest rates. But this would be a temporary hiccup, as the increase in aggregate demand generated by stimulus spending would subsequently crowd-in investment in the production of goals and services. This ultimately win generate employment opportunities.
One of the usual concerns about stimulus spending is the risk of inflation. But unemployment, economic disempowerment and youth restiveness are bigger threats to the stability of the Nigerian economy in the short to medium term.
A big dunk of Buhari’s stimulus spending should be directed toward manufacturing and agro processing. The manufacturing sector accounts for only 12% of employment in the country down from a high of 30% in the 1980s. During its heydays in the1970s-1980s, the Nigerian textile industry alone employed almost 1 million workers. Today it employs about 300, worker. The president must to look at all the issues surrounding the manufacturing sector.
The economic field here in our country is regarded as a jungle where to get the better of the other citizen in any deal is canonized as the only gate way to success and wealth. It is a world without ethics and decent principles. Economic leadership here in Nigerian is still devoured from professional integrity and from the spirit of service and due consideration for rights of others and social justices. The respect for the human rights and values, for human dignity and social justice is an attitude of life entirely foreign to the financial and economic high priests and leaders of Nigerian salvation in the aspects still lies in hope, as the present civilian leaders are struggling to combat inflation and other unhealthy symptoms of the economy.
On the economic front infrastural development will remain a priority and attract a lot of capital spending, notably on power road on rail transport. The Buhari government has embarked on several privatization initiative, divesting or significantly scaling back state interest in serval venture. The economic recovery and Growth plan(ERGP) remains the blue prints for the Buhari’s administration second term agenda. Despite ongoing challenges, there is causes for cautions optimism in the political and economic outlook for president Buhari’s second term. In comparison to his first tenure in which Boko Haram insurgency was a peace and Nigeria was heading into recession Buhari’s second term challenges seem less daunting.

Here in our land leadership in politics and government has been characterized by inefficiency and the misconception of its nature role and function. The political leaders rarely see their position as one of a seared trust of stewardship, subject to popular criticism and censorship. They do not always see themselves as servant of the people, nor do they accept the common welfare of the people as the essential guiding principle of their government polices and measures.
Another political serious problem in government here in the under development world is the circle of sycophan political leadership opportunists, pseudo-patriots and hero-worshippers that surrounds the thrones of political leadership. From experience one is forced to conclude that the Nigeria political scene is notorious for its creation of sycophants. It is also observe that most of the leader are destroy not by inteptitude or inadequacy, but by these slippery sycophants. Already the never-falling rituals and paid congratulatory advertisemerus to some of our new leader by individuals and communities have started to appear indeed, insecurity is turning back the hand of the clock back regarding achievements recorded and planned strategies. Against that mounting challenge, the politics of the region has assumed a new dimension. The reality on the ground is that the Buhari presidency has gone a long a way to redefine the politics of the region. While the president cultivates amity with some opposition state governors, he fails to discourage the subtle division in the north between those governors that identify themselves as Buharists and others, who are forced to tag along in the interest of party loyalty. It is this later group of governors that loathe supporting president Buhari second term.
One of the serious area of cultural deficiency is in our politics and political life. Before the advent of the military, our natural political scene was ominously dominated by militant regionalism or provincialism, by power tussle personality elashes and character assassination. With the advent of the military, the monstrous head of this despicable political scenario has receded but not entirely crushed. With the transition from military to civilian government, lawless and corrupt elements in our society seen to be struggling to resurrect and recreate the ugly political scene of the first republic, all out traumatic experience an baptism of fire during the recent civil war not with standing.
We are in need of political leadership, a knowledgeable and magnanimous leadership animated and marked by integrity, dedication to service, public accountability, social justice and tolerance openness to constructive criticism, inaccessibility to political sycophants. A leadership visibly unvin directive, free from tribalism and totally dedicated to the idea of one Nigeria and one people, and one common citizenship.


The religious crisis is one of the main becoming problem in Nigerian, and it is often followed or preceded by ethnic clasties.
The dominant ethnic groups in Nigerian threaten each other from time to time; violent clashes between ethnic groups and religious groups in Nigerian are no longer uncommon. There are two primary religion in Nigerian Islam and Christianity. These religious groups have complete with each others for centuries leading to socio-political crises not only in Nigerian.
The causes of the these widespread religious attack can be said to be?

  1. Widespread Poverty: poverty results from a lack of education most of the people in the country are illiterate or have a poor amount of knowledge; thus they are easy to get.
  2. High rates of Unemployment: People who have no constant work are easy to bribe and rule.
  3. Fear of domination: when one of the dominant religious groups sees that another one starts to prevail within a particular area, it uses plenty of means to draw the share of opponents powers to a minimal amount.
    The incumbent president (Muhammadu Buhari) must do everything within its power to stop the ever evident communal and religious crises.

The incumbent president (Muhammadu Buhari) must do everything within its power to stop the ever evident communal and religious crises.

Here are the possible steps to be taken to curb the ever continuing violence:

  1. Creating Job: The high rate of unemployment in Nigeria is so high and its populace in extreme poverty the youths are the victims here, they could be bribed to carry out evil acts cause of their unemployment status. The task of the incumbent government is to create well meaning jobs for Nigerians an its teeming populace in other to get the youths and citizens busy and deviate their minds from carrying out violent.
  2. The government should establish special organs that will maintain equal rights to all ethnic groups, their religious and hold a constructive dialogue in present day Nigerian government, majority of people in the government tends to be from the Islam region-these has angered the Christian folked and lead them to think they are being sidelined or marginalized to curb this, systems must be created to see to it that the two religion get equal fair in the administration of Nigeria.
  3. Improvement of education and religious awareness: the main reason why this problems are still persisting is because the citizens lack education. The government must come together and create a vibrant educational system which will address the religious violent in the country.

Nigeria is a country inhabited mostly by moslems and Christians. Here it is only speak more competently of the predominantly religious of well over 70 percent (70%) of the southerness. One a national scale, Christian religious leadership is yet to emerge (in both catholic and protestant (communities). Both Christian communities are fairly in disarray in term of Christian ecumenical mobilization of the forces of Christianity. Christianity on a national scale lacks the services of an effectively united religious leadership capavie of entering into effective dialogue with the political leaders on natural issues of common human interest to the Nigerian citizen.

In the sphere of formal education leadership the hand has get to witness the advent of the educational administrative leaders with sound imagination in policy-making, magnanimity in programmes and integrity and efficiency in the administration and implementation of policies and programmes. The president Buhari was able to supply the primary schools children with food, He also help to empower the youth by the availability of the youth empowerment. Providing job for graduates. Education administrative leadership and it’s a field of leadership intimately connected with citizenship and nation development. In this president Buhari assembly we have a good product and selling it to the international community was quite easy what endears him to the international community is achievement in economy how he nurtured the economy from recession to growth recording six conseative quarters of growth in GDP. We have witnesses 5 billion dollar investment in Nigerian. President Buhari added that institution would remained grateful to the president for providing funding support in order to expand access to the university.

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