Nigerians expect a lot from you, Obasanjo tells Buhari

FILE PHOTO: APC leaders pose for photo ops with former president Olusegun Obasanjo after the meeting.

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has urged the President-elect Muhammadu Buhari to realize that Nigerians are expecting a lot from him when he eventually takes over power May 29.

Mr. Obasanjo is currently in Sudan as an AU observer in the country’s presidential election.

PREMIUM TIMES spoke to him, Wednesday, on Mr. Buhari’s victory.

Mr. Obasanjo said he was not ready to “say too much” about the election but noted that Nigerians have passed a message to the retired general by asking for change.

“Nigerians have done what needed to be done,” he said.

He also called “what has happened” Phase 1. He said Phase 2 would be how the new government establishes itself.
“Everybody needs to know that expectations are high,” he said.

Mr. Obasanjo wrote a letter to Mr. Buhari after the latter was declared winner of the election and asked the president-elect to pay more attention to institutional reforms in Nigeria.

Mr. Obasanjo said Nigeria had been unnecessarily over-heated before and during the campaigns and divisive tendencies were openly displayed.

He urged Mr. Buhari to “heal” the wounds following the intense electioneering campaigns.

Mr. Obasanjo particularly asked Mr. Buhari to give the Nigerian Military a cursory look and return it to the path of professionalism.

“I know that in victory, you will be magnanimous to start binding the wounds and bitterness occasioned by the campaign and the evil disciples,” Mr. Obasanjo had said in the letter.

“With so much harm already done to many national institutions, in lauding the military, which proudly nurtured you and me, you will have a lot to do on institution reform, education, healthcare, economy, infrastructure, power, youth employment, agribusiness, oil and gas, external affairs, cohesiveness of our nation and ridding our land of corruption. Your varied and wide experience will undoubtedly stand you in good stead.”

Although, Mr. Obasanjo, who recently tore his Peoples Democratic Party membership card, has not joined Mr. Buhari’s party, the All Progressives Congress, APC, many Nigerians believe he voted for the former head of state in the March 28 presidential election.

Mr. Obasanjo was instrumental to the emergence of Goodluck Jonathan as president, but fell out with Mr. Jonathan after the president declared his intention to run for a second term.

Mr. Obasanjo consistently claimed that Mr. Jonathan promised to remain in power for a single term before handing over to someone from northern Nigeria.


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  • Chris1408

    Hopefully OBJ won’t meddle in Buhari administration and let the man do his thing

    • olu bode

      Obj is now the Nigerian REFEREE.

    • Alhaji Colonel M (rtd)

      The notion that OBJ will hopefully not meddle with the new administration is mere wishful thinking.
      He is already at it. He tried it with IBB, Abacha, Yar’Adua, GEJ . What in heavens makes you believe he will spare Buhari that rude intrusion? Even Buhari recently admitted it was impossible to avoid OBJ. Just buckle your belts for a rough ride. Soon OBJ will slowly and gradually start criticizing Buhari if the latter refuses to do as told.OBJ is Nigeria’s RASPUTIN whose touch of dead knows no limit.TO HELL WITH CENSORSHIP. IT IS VERY UNDEMOCRATIC UNLESS YOU FOLKS HAVE NO MORALS AT ALL.

  • Frank Bassey

    OBJ is talking tough. Abacha threw him into prison and he was jittery.

    • Mai Colonel M( rtd)

      Abacha did the country a disfavour by commuting his death sentence, thanks to the likes of Museveni and co.
      Would have been nice to see the noose tightened on his neck and watch him go totally limp.

      • Adoki Achine

        And then Abacha died and Obj became president and ruled again for another 8 year, practically installed the next two presidents and then became the greatest nemesis of his successor’s successor – Dr(?) Ebele Goodluck Jonathan.

      • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

        Well, he is certainly not as limp as your manhood.

        The old boy is still alive and kicking as*.

        Learn to live with it.

        • MAI COLONEL M.(RTD)

          When you say “limp manhood,” I take it you are saying an awful lot about your personal predicament in so few words. I pity you.

          • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

            lol

            Don’t pity me, (Rtd).

            Pity that ‘bit’ of you that is retired, tired and worn out!

          • MAI COLONEL(RTD)

            I simply retired from the military and headed back to school
            .I am currently gainfully employed in my field of study(nanomedicine). Thanks for caring but I have little time for a bloody ambulance chaser. Just keep handing out your puny, little business cards hoping for a windfall that will never happen.
            I truly pity your kind, the lowest human waste there ever can be.Kay Soyemi(Expired)!!!!

          • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

            lol, @Mai Colonel

            You appear touched and hurt. Did I press upon a sore and raw nerve? Pele.

            There are little blue pills available in the market to help you if you are not way beyond redemption.

            If that fails, you can always rent toy boys for Madam.

            As to being an “Ambulance Chaser”, you are so far off the mark, I can only wonder what “nano” level of human excrement you inhabit.

    • hummm

      AND YOUR POINT???

    • Adoki Achine

      And where is Abacha???

  • sammy

    over to you burning spear…..you always have something to spear….evil mind…

  • COLONEL MARIAMA(RTD)

    FOOLS!!!!!!!!!
    YOU ARE AT IT AGAIN.
    BLOODY INGRATES.
    I GOT YOUR NUMBER!!!

    • tundemash

      Coward ….. u are here with your empty threats to someone else again? U got my address for hw many weeks now and yet u are too scared to show up ….bast*rd!!!

  • hummm

    At least he is now trying to right his wrong of giving us GEJ.

    • Mai Colonel M(rtd)

      How so? Prove it then.
      Do not dabble into something you know little about.
      If this is righting a wrong then you must have your head in the wrong place in the first darn instance.
      Just convince me without delay.

  • excel

    Buhari lead government will surely make Nigeria a better place and bring the needed CHANGE

  • Ndiwe

    “Nigerians expect a lot from illiterate Bokohari” (?) Count me out. You cannot give what you have not got.

    • progress

      Buhari’s CV is something your father only dream of. Mumu!

      • Peter

        What CV? The CV without a secondary certificate as a backup. You are the worst mumu.

  • tuby NY

    Baba Obasanjo is a WISE elderly man biko! U refused 2listen 2him at ur own peril, ask d inept Jonathan 2day. Is there anything he wrote, warned or spoke bout under under Jonathan that didn’t happend or close 2happen? Lik they say “experience is d best teacher” n noble man has gotten tons wth 9ja politics! The whole power blocks in 9ja stil seeks Obasanjo’s input/direction b4 they mak a move n they don’t DO THIS 4 no reason do they?? He is d major reason why APC ended up choosing Buhari/Oshibajo as their candidates n any1 can ask Tinubu n Co this.

    The man gets local n foreign intelligences even more than a sitting 9ja President most times n pls don’t ask me hw he does IT pls- it is why he is wht he his 2d power that be in d country. Common ppl lik us can’t undstand this deeply unless we r in d intelligent community or among them. Buhari spoke bout this 2saharatv few days ago 2. So I believ Obasanjo’s goin 2hav some influence mostly privately in Buhari administration, IT’S JUST A FACT we all hav 2deal wth n hopefully positive1 tho. We don’t all hav 2lik or agree wth him but we can RESPECT him n his age yo!

    • Onome Ovie

      Shut up! Why dont you read Iyabo’s letter to the crook? Yoruba people! U pple want one Nigeria at all costs and u are just disgracing urselves up & down. …Who is OBJ? Such an old crook? Dubiously corrupt and senseless? U mean I shud listen to him? Tufiakwa!!!!

      • Adoki Achine

        Alas, it was, incidentally, the famous Iyabo letter that put the final nail in the coffin of your clueless, shoeless ex-president. As always, your man was too clueless to realise that that was going to be his biggest blunder in his bid for reelection. When he started sending people to beg the man it was already too late. Did you not hear that your clueless ex-president recently confessed to some people privately that that Iyabo letter was one of the biggest blunders of his presidency?

    • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

      …and intellectual sagacity.

  • Lemmuel Odjay

    The bottom line of all this is money and a cool-headed society that would be patient enough to see good policies through. We don’t have the money to carry out any Marshall plan that could salvage this great nation of mighty men and women; money that could be used to back up projects that would radically turn our economy around over the next 8 years, unless we could find a way to take back what was stolen from our commonwealth. The alternative is to go begging and borrowing and such an option could be very painful and scary. On the social front, enemies of the nation have emerged during the elections, who are doing all within their means to rubbish Nigerians’ genuine longings for change by dragging in the old devil called tribalism into Nigeria’s political discourse. They refuse to see the light and appreciate the fact that the elections were not about tribalism and religion, that they were less about Jonathan or Buhari and more about change which time has come. They have risen as one from their dark caves and are hammering away at the thin cohesive shell that holds the nation together. With these rabble rousers out of their holes, no amount of progress we make could amount to something much. Be warned Nigerians, they are out, large and drunk too. Having achieved the change we set out for in the mid-90s, it is time to be less visible yet more watchful. Elendu, Sowore, Nigerian Democratic Movement (M. Aluko), NigeriaVillageSquare and lately Premium Times, it has been Mission Possible. The largest group of reactionary politicians in Africa since the 1960s has finally been crushed. Now real development could be attained in Nigeria in particular and Africa as a whole. The Internet has been a huge blessing to Nigeria. Come Freedom Day on May 29th 2015, I would love to sing a remix of that song, Winner Takes It All, Loser Standing Small. (A very brief yawn…) Aluta…

  • Nwa _ Africa

    Obj should not be allow near Buhari, no matter what….

  • lanre akinwunmi

    Obasanjo: A man who does not know he does not know

    If Nigerians were honest people not given to stealing through getting notes
    from one retired general to another officer hold for inflated public contracts
    or political appointments, General Olusegun Obasanjo would be in the dustbin
    of history by now. His relevance is only in the opposite context of corruption.
    Were he alive; and an American in 1776 after the U.S War of Independence,
    the best he could be is a gate man at the cerebral conference room where nifty
    thinkers like Thomas Jefferson and James Madison were thinking through the
    principles of democracy and rule of law for the United States of America. Without
    having any coherent political thought, Obasanjo was inflicted on Nigeria by his
    military comrades to spearhead democracy and the rule of law in Nigeria. Since
    1999, Nigeria has not moved an inch towards democracy or the rule of law, since
    Obasanjo could not give what he did not have. With Obasanjo ensconced in 1999,
    Nigeria’s democratic experiment remains nascent till now because Nigerians have
    too little knowledge to pronounce it properly as dead at birth.

    • Dr. Dele

      @lanre

      Re: Obasanjo: A man who does not know he does not know

      I feel sorry for Nigerians. They lined up ignoramuses as leaders and they expect progress.
      What does Obasanjo know and who taught him tenets of federalist public administration?
      Obasanjo once said he needed time to groom a successor, O, my God! What insolence!
      Which school did Olusegun Obasanjo ever attend to learn how to groom a successor?
      Is Nigeria a monarchy where a successor is groomed? Why are Nigerians so daft?

      They looked on as General Obasanjo messed up their lives with his utter ignorance.
      I will feel diminished to attend any debate with Obasanjo on democracy or federalism
      It will be as irritating as my accepting to debate a mere newspaper vendor whose scrap
      ideas were picked up only be seeing the headlines of newspapers he sold every day.

      • ogogome

        A country truly desiring progress will never seek advice
        from a self-promoted army General Olusegun Obasanjo
        who has not made a success of anything he’s endeavored
        in 78 years on earth, not even uniting or building his own family.
        No eithics, no education, no morals, no thinking, so, what else?
        No truthfulness, just brutish and nasty this self-described statesman!

    • Dr. Dele

      GENERAL OBASANJO DOES NOT HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A COUNCILOR;
      TO TALK MORE OF A LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHAIRMAN IN A GOOD COUNTRY.
      HE HAS NO RELEVANT KNOWLEDGE; NO COGNATE EDUCATION, NO THOUGHT.
      HAD HE ANY HE WOULD BE SEEING ASKING THIS RULE OF LAW QUESTION; VIZ:

  • Parasites_in_Power

    BEHOLD THE PARASITES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Just look at their miserable and criminally ugly faces? They all look terminally sick and lifeless. Parasites!!!!

    Imagine a corrupt thief like Obasanjo speaking on Nigeria’s issues. This is weird. In civilized societies, Obasvnjo should have his head shaven and executed publicly for his 8yrs of supervision of corruption, assassinations and destruction of civilian lives in Odi and elsewhere.

    PT cannot claim ignorance of his filthy political escapades. But the self acclaimed leading investigative newspaper in the world, refuses to investigate the open confession made by ex OBJ aides in an indictment of the Ota specie in the assassination of Bola Ige. But it is investigating the closeness of the elected freedom fighters in Rivers election with Ateke Tom & Co that you find worth investigating. Nonsense!

    • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

      Bad belle!

      E dey hurt you so?

      Pele, go take APC!

    • yitzkh

      Well said

  • Peter

    The problem of this country today is OBJ. The self-imposed ‘father’ of the nation posture is the reason he is rampaging with any government in power and making it difficult for any incumbent who refuses to dance to his kind of outdated tunes. He started this mission immediately after handing over powers to Alhaji Shehu Shagari. He so troubled Shagari until he sent GMB to overthrow him. He then began his criticism of GMB and soon scuttled that administration when he colluded with Gen Babangida to overthrow GMB. It was Abacha that decided to curtail OBJ’s dangerous antics. He planned to overthrow Sanni Abacha but failed, which then landed him in trouble. During his incarceration OBJ was made to sign a pact with the north to trade off MKO Abiola, his kinsman who actually won an election and which was later annulled by Gen Babangida. He truly killed all the Nigerian institutions in all of his 8 years in governance. A well built house does not collapse under six years of completion and hand-over. His problems with Jonathan is because he refused to allow him to be kicked around. Until OBJ dies, Nigeria will never know peace. Watch what he will sooner or later do to GMB.

    • campol

      Thank you

    • yitzkh

      Interesting…..it’s like saying OBJ is God. You and I know he is mortal so let’s not magnify him. He will answer to God for his wrong doings.

      • Adoki Achine

        We will all answer to God.

        • yitzkh

          Yep….

  • Derrick Cauldrick (America)

    Editor Premium Times,

    I write to thank you for keeping the faith and saving Nigerian journalism.
    You were not selected lightly by American Institutions as the very best.
    Yes, i have read certain snide comments suggesting your bias for APC party.
    But no accuser has been able to show any evidence of that bias till date.

    Because you are accused by other APC supporters of antagonism toward their party,
    it seems you have passed the “objective test” and must steer that fair direction onwards.
    Through your efforts, Nigerians will know the difference between news and propaganda.
    I am proud that you have such a collection of excellent prose writers and good thinkers.

    Thanks also for being on the case of 13 others vs. Buhari on the Wasc case.
    It is quite educative and the rest of the world follows the case through Premium Times only.
    The rest of Nigeria’s media avoids the case; hypocritically, as though bidden to kill the news.
    It is my hope the Nigerian Judiciary will rise for once in decades and uphold the Constitution.

    • Derrick Cauldrick (America)

      …..Part Two

      To be sure, the case of 13 others vs. Buhari is high watermark of democratic test.
      Without the rule of law there can’t ever be democracy in Nigeria. That is Nigeria’s missing lesson.
      Nigerians mistake ‘election and votes’ as all the meaning of democracy – but they are wrong.
      Democracy without rule of law is a contradiction in terms. A lawless country can’t be a democracy.

      When a law says this is how a thing is to be done any other way of doing it is illegal. That’s rule of law.
      Nigeria lost a chance to imbibe rule of law from 1999 to 2007 because General Obasanjo messed it up.
      In the Buhari case, the highest law of Nigeria – 1999 Constitution – says anyone who presented false
      certificates to the Electoral Commission shall NOT be qualified for election to presidential post.

      That is a clear-cut interdict. Buhari submitted false credentials to the Electoral Commission (INEC),
      by reciting falsely in sworn statement that he obtained Wasc/Cambridge certificate in 1961 without
      attaching a copy of the certificate he claims to have obtained to his INEC Form in violation of the
      Electoral Act and thereby violated both the Electoral Act and Section 137 [1] of the 1999 Constitution,
      prescribing a penalty of “dis=qualification”. The world waits to see if Muhammadu Buhari is above the
      law, despite the conspiracy of silence spun by Nigerian elites – including the corrupt General Obasanjo.

      • femi olagunju

        This is brilliant, Derrick,

        You have resolved a long-standing debate on this forum. Some lawyers were saying
        the operative words are SUBMIT FALSE CERTIFICATE rather than NOT ATTACHING
        a copy of the certificate in line with the Electoral Act. By your cute phrasing above, you
        blended both facts into a single consistent narrative to make the most sense to me and
        i suppose to everyone on this forum. I just hope someone will alert the lawyers on the
        case to your gratuitous but sterling legal advice here, on the correct pleading. It is what
        can make or mar the case – the pleading. Premium Times is almost a university now!

        • No Comment

          “Nigeria is no longer a country. It is not a country where people
          can live to survive. Nigeria is a place ruled by criminals and thieves,
          as well as by those who believe in plundering and looting.”

          …….. Mbazulike Amaechi

          (Nigeria’s first Minister of Aviation)

          [September 14th, 2014]

        • Citizen

          Very funny. Please next…

      • Omababa

        Hope you are satisfied for being biased? Also remember that law is exhaustive, it’s take into account every bit of the case before the final verdict. You cannot interprete the constitution more than the competent judge handling the case, so wait and see how his pronouncements will put you to shame on April 22nd.

        • yitzkh

          Thank You

      • simonibekwe

        He who goes to equity must go with clean hands. You have shown yourself for who you are. A bad loser. You profess rule of law while you have in your warped and kangroo analysis already sentenced Gen Buhari before the judges could pronounce him guilty. I suggest you work harder to resurrect a stronger and water tight case because the one you have is a bad one.

  • Encore

    Buhari submitted false credentials to the Electoral Commission (INEC), by reciting falsely
    in sworn statement that he obtained Wasc/Cambridge certificate in 1961 without attaching
    a copy of the certificate he claims to have obtained to his INEC Form in violation of the
    Electoral Act and thereby violated both the Electoral Act and Section 137 [1] of the 1999
    Constitution, prescribing a penalty of “dis-qualification”.

    • Citizen

      Bros. Please move on. I can’t imagine that you’re still in Egypt when other Nigerians are now close to Canan. Or you want to may us belief that GMB who was once the Secretary of the army, the custody of whom the files of the entire army personnel are kept, will not know that his own result is in his file. The politicisation of the military and the need to return it to the path of professionalism is the gist of OBJ’s message to GMB. Please just move on.

      • yitzkh

        Well said!

      • Mr Answer

        Those days when the north had absolute control over everything TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN was used by most people 4rm that region in many offices, they became head of departments. 4 example Ikemba O. Ojukwu was a university graduate but bcus he was not 4rm the north he remained an orinal officer. Now, if Ghana and Cambridge can’t provide buhari’s certificate then we are in real trouble with international community . ..the way they will look at us. And our children may be forced to believe that if buhari can succeed without certificate then they can.

    • raph

      Can Buhari show ever show a certificate he does not have? He has lied and must face
      the consequence. The Constitution says Buhari shall stand dis-qualified from the 2015
      presidential election. So must it be – because the 1999 Constitution is supreme over all
      the Judges of the courts. We are not actually as retarded in Nigeria as you may believe.
      We can think by ourselves. We know Buhari is dis-qualified. We know his 15.4million votes
      are therefore null and void. So, please stop posting this question to annoy us here!

  • David Adeniran

    “With so much harm already done to many national institutions, in lauding the military, which proudly nurtured you and me.” OBJ.
    Please tell me what institution nurtured Jonathan? Is it University of Port Harcourt? Then the President’s output both in words and actions has made that institution very unworthy and unattractive.

  • favourtalk

    Yess

  • Joe

    OBJ ruled Nigeria for 11 years and if he was a visionary leader, he could have gave the country a path to economic prosperity. OBJ should be arrested and returned back to yola prison without delay. OBJ is not only wicked but dangerous to this country. Very soon he will start to criticize GMB unjustifiably.

  • Trustory

    Hold up “Mr. Obasanjo particularly asked Mr. Buhari to give the Nigerian Military a CURSORY look and return it to the path of professionalism.”??
    Does this oaf know what cursory means?? Its something that is rushed without detail and not doing thoroughly. Is this a ploy or just a mistake?

    • BABUYANMA

      You are being petty.

      • Trustory

        haha petty? how about using words that actually make sense in a sentence..
        that might help

        • BABUYANMA

          She Goat

  • agbobu

    AND BUHARI WILL SURELY DELIVER. IT SHOWS THAT THE ALMIGHTY GOD LOVES NIGERIA AND NIGERIANS

  • Dazmillion

    Obasanjo this is how you start your nonsense, before the end of the year you will start fighting GMB. Please let the man focus on his job, enough of this unnecessary advise.

    • BABUYANMA

      He is our leader EMERITUS

      • Dazmillion

        GMB did not ask for a navigator.

        • BABUYANMA

          GMB needs all good hearted Nigerians led by Obasanjo. Are the Ibos(slaves) on board?

  • agaracha

    Buhari faces court trial on 22nd April

    You were sued to court on 6th January for INTENTIONALLY telling lies on oath.
    Because you can’t say you did not know you did not sit for WAEC exam in 1961.
    You were sued for falsely asserting in INEC Form that you sat for and took the 1961
    Cambridge/Wasc examination. You then quickly got five lawyers to defend you in court,
    but without also quickly or even up till today ever attaching any copy of your claimed
    WASC/Cambridge certificate, dated 1961, to the INEC Form.

    What sort of crooked human being are you, Muhammadu Buhari?

    What are you going to do in court on the 22nd of April, given that you have not up till today
    filed ANY pleading in court since January 6th to repeat the nonsense you felt free to tout in
    the newspapers without penalty of perjury – that the freshly handwritten rubbish fabricated
    by the current Principal of Katsina College, and dated 2014, is the same thing as the 1961
    WASC/Cambridge certificate you swore on oath that you have?

    • agaracha

      ……..(2) Buhari faces court trial on 22nd April

      Does the Katsina Provincial College set and conduct Cambridge examination as a legally-authorized
      assessment body? What sort of illiteracy is this you display? Or, you don’t know if you took the exam
      or not? What are you still doing in court if you know you don’t have a defence for not having any
      Wasc/Cambridge certificate dated 1961?

      Let me make an informed guess why you are still in court despite your having no defence since 6th January.
      Your crooked type is commonplace and known to bright lawyers. You are in court ONLY to slow, stall or halt
      proceedings from ever getting to the point where you must make a confession that you lied with intent to STEAL the presidency of Nigeria.

      That is the only plausible reason you are still in court without making any plea there of either having Wasc certificate or not….just quiet. But your fraudulent plot to steal the presidency of Nigeria by guile or stealth will not work. We the people will defend the 1999 Constitution to the letter.

      What you plan to do is obvious: you want May 29th to arrive and then ask to be sworn in, without ever having to show any Wasc certificate to court, if any, and then, you’ll take refuge under the ‘Constitutional Immunity‘ of a sitting Head of Sate. But that will not happen. You MUST answer for your misdeeds. One APC Presidential Committee member had long said you actually don’t have any WASC because you were expelled from Secondary School. So, what else are you going to say in court?

      Without making any confession or showing proof of Wasc in court, you believe that the 2.8 million more votes you had at the 28th March election can be ignited to move out your beloved mass illiterates to the streets to fight
      and cancel the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria? Sorry O, Buhari, Yoruba people will never protest against a law written in the Constitution which you knew of since the year 1999, but now want to violate with impunity.

      • mbaby

        Tell him again and again

      • burning spear

        Told them again and again——–E-X-P-O-S-E-D!!!

        BUHARI’S ELECTION VICTORY Now showing on Hoep for Nigeria-Gate fee free-
        Buhari’s Election Victory in Kano, Katsina, Jigawa, Kebbi, Kaduna and Bauchi exposed to Nigerians.
        He promised to punish electoral offenders, but it is now certain that his election was the most fraudulent election in the History of Nigeria aided by Prof Jega and his scams called Card Reader and PVC.
        It is a shame!!!

  • Mr Answer

    Those days when the north had absolute control over everything TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN was used by most people 4rm that region in many offices, they became head of departments. 4 example Ikemba O. Ojukwu was a university graduate but bcus he was not 4rm the north he remained an orinal officer. Now, if Ghana and Cambridge can’t provide buhari’s certificate then we are in real trouble with international community . ..the way they will look at us. And our children may be forced to believe that if buhari can succeed without certificate then they can

  • burning spear

    E-X-P-O-S-E-D!!!
    BUHARI’S ELECTION VICTORY [WATCH & SHARE].

    Buhari’s Election Victory in Kano, Katsina, Jigawa, Kebbi, Kaduna and Bauchi exposed to Nigerians.
    He promised to punish electoral offenders, but it is now certain that his election was the most fraudulent election in the History of Nigeria aided by Prof Jega and his scams called Card Reader and PVC.
    It is a shame!!!

  • burning spear

    Buhari Might Not Deliver Everything He Promised During Election.- APC Pleads Nigerians.

    The leadership of the All Progressive Congress (APC) has said that Nigerians should not expect Muhammadu Buhari to fulfill all his campaign promises.
    The party claimed that some of the promises are not valid and are merely for campaign purpose and not achievable in reality.
    ****************************************************
    Nigerians will not want to hear this new rhetoric by the APC that Buhari must deliver change. He grabbed power fraudulent with the help of the rogue INEC chairman Prof Jega, who introduced the scams called Card Reader and PVC.
    Buhari must deliver and there must be no excuse.

    1. A Dollar must be equal to a Naira.
    2. Buhari must stabilize global oil price.
    3. Buhari must feed all school children [Primary & Secondary school].
    4. Buhari Must provide 2 million jobs in a year.
    5. Buhari must pay jobless youth N5,000 each every month, besides, we have the money. he must ask for the list of the recipients.
    6. Jonathan have already defeated Boko Haram, Buhari should give amnesty to them as promised. (besides, they are now freedom fighters and he once advocated for it.)
    7. Buhari will build new prisons so as to incarcerate kworuft people.
    8. 24-hours power supply.
    9. He must bring back all the 276 Chibok girls alive.

    Buhari has no choice. Anything short of this list….is failure

    Please let’s support Buhari, Tinubu, Saraki, Atiku, Amaechi, Obasanjo’s Government.