In the opinion of Irbard Ibrahim, age is gradually catching up with the President as a result of his busy travel schedules.
According to him, the age of the president makes it impossible for him to be able to moving from one place to another as he used to do.
He has therefore advised the handlers of the president to limit the number of his outside travel schedules since it is having a tolling effect on his health.
He added that it is imperative for the President to limit his work schedules to his office by delegating some of his appointees to work on his behalf outside in other to reserve some of his energy for the campaign trail.
“I am not a medical practitioner and I don’t pretend to be one. But I humbly suggest that sector ministers should be delegated to do some of the rounds His Excellency does. The President can be reporting to work daily but 70% of his official engagements can be reduced to office work going forward.
“At his age, he can’t be subjected to such a rigorous daily schedule for 5 more years. The U.N. General Assembly will open in a fortnight or so. Where heads of states meet, I don’t mind if His Excellency makes a showing all the time.
“But incessant foreign trips and a rigorous internal travel regime can all be scaled back a little for His Excellency to reserve some energy for the campaign trail ahead and also for his overall well-being at such an advanced age.”