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My issues with PDP and their rebellion

07 July 2015, 18:32

So the PDP is telling President Buhari to stop making excuses' honestly if I were the PDP of which I never hope to be even if I decide to join politics in the future, I would be too ashamed to show my face in this present dispensation and be saying a word or giving directives on how to run this government.

One, from the on set they have not been able to give us the benefit of the doubt that they could better this country. so for that they have already lost the bragging rights when it comes to ruling a nation, all they know is to loot our treasury and live a selfish and extravagant life at the expense of the poor masses for which they are suppose to represent their interests.

Two, for sixteen years they could not better the system but rather made it so porous for the infiltration of thieves, looters, fraudsters, scammers, kidnappers, killers and terrorists to hold us to ransom in this beloved country of ours making our own motherland, the only place we know to seem like a strange land to us. If we have to score their administration we would say it is however the worst ruling under a democratic government ever in this world and it would go down in history. 

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They don't want Mr. President to say a world about how reckless they have been with the treasury because it exposes more of their failure especially that they are hoping to return to power come 2019 as if to say we would be so foolish to allow that. truth is the truth a true man is telling that which has been ignored for years and that is the kind of man we voted for not feckless selfish fool full of ignosticisms that we mistakenly entrusted our country to. Baba never say because Jonathan's government left the treasury empty Nigeria will perish, he never say we will not be able to end corruption again, or we will not see light again as we hoped, nor buy fuel at a lesser rate, neither did he say that we may not be able to have the change that we were earlier promised, but just like every business that needs to thrive, at the end of every circle they need to take stock and do analysis for past records so as to know the way forward. That is the issue on ground and with that been acknowledged, he has yet again with sincerity given us hope that he will do his best to better this country and I believe him and i also know many Nigerians do.

Its just that it is important for us to know how deep we have falling so as to ascertain the efforts required for us to rise again and also to know how wrong it was the path we earlier traded so we don't make such mistake next time. now that we have the hope to make Nigeria great again i want to join hands with the President to urge fellow Nigerians to believe in the change that we have got, it may take awhile but not than we can handle, let us all look towards the brighter side of life and hope for nothing but greatness in this dispensation.

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