Olusanya who is also a former Commissioner for Agric and Cooperatives said that showing Nigerians a clear-cut vision that will enhance development, peace, progress and unity in the country.
While re-emphasising that a leader must strategically lead his people, Olusanya maintained that Buhari must show Nigerians where the country is going in the next two, three and even four years of the second term, next level of his administration.
Olusanya maintained that there must be equity, justice, and fair-play in the actions and inactions of the President Buhari-led administration.
In his words, Olusanya said; “The number of out-of-school children will become a time bomb if the situation is not succinctly addressed. We have over 10 million out-of-school children in the country and I am sure Lagos, with its large population, could have up to 1 million. These are the root causes of crime and insurgency. We need to revive peoples hope because joblessness and poor living conditions can aggravate tension against the government.”