This piece by Hon. Bode Alabi is really very germane. But the Yoruba adage-"bi ogiri olanu...will also come handy! You see, we (I mean Nigeria herself) have many battles to fight both internally and externally...but fighting on all fronts is not strategic and may be lost battles! Of course, the President is a patriotic and a very zealous one at that. Good, he has taken steps against the so-called conspiracies. For me however, the home front battles are more requiring of urgency too, if not more! Again, the fight against corruption, against insurgency, against yout unemployment are ongoing. Very good! One fight Buhari and others (in government) might have tough time fighting is that with our legislators! Buhari now wants to be seen as a democrat; not a dictator. So, if he uses a strong arm tactics, Nigerians being majorly hypocritical, would call him names. What I proffer is that Nigerians should be mobilised...the student unions, labor unions, Civil rights movements, etc. need to be re-energized towards providing support or opposition to any of the two arms of government (executives or legislators) that is pro-masses. For now, the executive arm, represented by Mr President seems pro-people. The legislators are an albatross on our well-being as a nation: the other time, they were asked not to purchase luxury vehicles for themselves, they didn't listen; they were asked to make public their pay; Magu of the EFCC was not confirmed; they were asked to abandon constituency projects and many other selfish programs...they would not listen. So, using the Turkey style might be the only way out. (Ordinary Turkish took his destiny in his hand and took the risk of his life by confronting soldiers and he rescued his country's democracy. But our legislators are not armed-making the job easier). we can make the legislators to key into change, this would be a very long step indeed!