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Dear Buhari!

29 December 2014, 18:51 Merife Obinna

Dear Buhari, first and foremost, congrats on you getting the All Progressives Congress (APC)'s Presidential ticket to challenge President Goodluck Jonathan in the 2015 General Elections.

I would have wished you "goodluck" but it seems everyone in your party have a dislike for that word. Actually, as a youth, though I don't speak for everyone, I believe I still have a right to ask you questions on your agenda for us.

Also read: Buhari, Tinubu beg Atiku over Osinbajo's choice

Please note, sir, I'm not against you either I'm I for you. Now, to the matter on the table. You came aboard with the "Change" agenda. To "change" things and make it work. But "Change" is a word, a noun, not a verb.

I remember you saying you will tackle Boko Haram and stop insurgency. But my question is HOW? Last time I checked, you were not a footballer. How do you plan to do it? How do you plan to stop them? Meet their demands? Ohhh. Sorry. Their demands are not "meetable".

You and your supporters claimed that Jonathan have failed in everything. We will like to know how you plan to turn it around. Some of us are still taking the JAMB exams, multiple times, not because we are so dull but because of lack of admission slots. Most of the slots are been "given" by those in authority to their relatives and friends.

How do you plan to "change" it? On the issue of Agriculture and dependence on Oil, how do you plan to revamp the sector and make it a major contributor to the GDP? We all know about your "Change" agenda but we are yet to be enlighten on the micro-details of it.

Thank you, sir and God bless you!

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