Professor Ndubuisi Ekekwe recently wrote on his Linkedin page on the secrets of running an effective campaign. He buttressed his argument with solid points, however many of his followers did not quite agree with him on the calibre of the political figure he used to illustrate his points.
Read the reactions of some of his followers:
Founder at 41 Unicorns
On the contrary Professor this is Shettima one of the people that is fighting against end to the insecurity. He is no doubt trying to make a case against trashing the current set of service Chiefs, which I don’t see how anyone with pure motives could do. Under Buratai- soldiers complain that their missions are always sabotaged, in one incident in 2107 almost 2000 soldiers were killed in a few days, no doubt set up to be ambushed. That incident was never investigated, nothing changed, afterwards soldiers complain of neglect in food, bad pay, having to buy their own mosquito nets, tales of soldiers sentenced to death for questioning why air cover lead them to a spot and flew away just as they met heavy fire, tales of soldiers going AWOL in thousands. No one knows the whereabouts of many. The army and government is run by abject fiends professor, any posture of respect taken by virtue of the office they hold- is only enabling them to continue their plots. This is not a government worth anything other than to be investigated and have its occupants sent to The Hague. And of course there is the recent massacre of over 100 Igbo men in Rivers State for protesting the governemnt- the 6th attack on citizens by the army…
Business and Technology Advisor
They will know all the names, know their partners in crime, they also learn quickly how to win or steal elections; the only thing they are too slow to learn? How to govern effectively!
A country of talking heads, no substance.
Learning Facilitator at DesignThinkers Academy, Nigeria
Prof Ndubuisi Ekekwe , there may be some other motivation for remembering the names of the service chiefs. I can tell you all the names of the CIOs and CFOs who were in office when I won all the major SAP Business Analytics Projects I have delivered in the last 20 years. Just thinking…
About Professor Ndubuisi Ekekwe
Ndubuisi Ekekwe (born July 1975) is a Nigerian professor, inventor, engineer, author, and entrepreneur. He is the founder of First Atlantic Semiconductors & Microelectronics – West Africa’s leading embedded systems company.
His working experience includes Analog Devices Corp where he co-designed a generation accelerometer for the iPhone and created the company’s first wafer level chip scale package for inertial sensor. He is a player in the U.S. semiconductor industry where he develops innovative microchip and invented a micro-controller for medical robots.