It's so appalling when you see people like Tinubu desperately campaigning for 2023 elections or some Igbos and Yorubas arguing over which region should rule in 2023. Like seriously, do these guys have brains at all? A country is fast collapsing, killings everywhere, destruction everywhere and total breakdown of law and order enveloping the entire country yet they chose to decieve themselves. Personally, as Nigeria stands now, if you beg me to enter a private jet and land in Aso rock to become the president, I will reject it with every fiber of my being! I wonder how any sane person would want to rule in hellfire. Yes, Nigeria is now hellfire literally! So, how will a Yoruba or Igbo man in Aso rock as the president stop the jihard that is currently sweeping across Northern Nigeria? Is there a magic wand he can wave that will make the tens of thousands of hardened islamists in the form of Boko Haram, bandits, fulani herdsmen to suddenly stop their madness and embrace an all inclusive peace? How will an Igbo or Yoruba man in Aso rock make the tens of thousands of IPOB volunteers and indeed several other separatist groups to stop their agitation and accept Nigeria as their country wholeheartedly? What about the now violent UGM that are now on the prowl in the region, hacking down security men and gradually making the region ungovernable, what strategy is this president going to use to stop them? What about our abysmal economic outlook, how is such president going to be able to pay salaries and execute projects when expenses have totally outstripped income and many international lenders are no longer willing to lend money to Nigeria? Let's imagine that the current status quo remains and we were able to get to 2023 as one country, can elections hold under such atmosphere? And we know that things are more likely to excersibate than ameliorate. Without elections taking place, would Buhari continue? Would the military take over? What about the threats posed by Boko Haram, bandits, jihardists/islamists, IPOB, and lastly UGM? Looking at these groups and how entrenched they have become in the areas they operate, is it possible for them to be dislodged? To worsen matters, Boko Haram have now established bases in Niger state, a state that shares border with Abuja, which means they are now within reach of the seat of power. Same applies to IPOB that are vehement in their push to actualize Biafra, now they've taken up arms, does anyone think they will ever want to drop it again without Biafra being granted to them? Any smart observer will easily decipher that Nigeria has finally reached its wits end. Nothing can save the country now except a total overhaul through 100% restructuring that will allow each region to manage its affairs or a complete break up into different countries.