With almost two years into his presidency, with little sign of success and some questions about whether he’s even up to trying to turn his campaign platform in to a real legislative agenda, it’s more and more glaring that President Muhammadu Buhari is on the road to being Nigeria’s weakest President. Some of the disappointments of this presidency have not been his fault. He inherited a vast array of socioeconomic problems. President Goodluck Jonathan behaved with reckless, maniac irresponsibility in prevaricating over Nigeria’s urgent needs and priorities. He elevated corruption to another new level with a new meaning, by saying “corruption is not stealing.” But none of these things is the point. What other hope are Nigerians left with now?