Nigeria’s Bright Future

Premature Celebration!  Sometimes we need see a light in this sea of darkness. I will enjoy the moment. And think about the potential move away from the decades of greed and despotism that has plagued post-colonial African countries.

“Sidi, is an assistant lecturer of English language at the Liberal Studies department of the Federal Polytechnic in the north-western town of Kaura Namoda, Zamfara state. He travelled six hours by road to physically witness the inauguration ceremony of Buhari whom he describes as “a man with personal and public integrity” with “a credential that Africa badly needs.” He also compares him (President Buhari) to Mahatma Gandhi and Abraham Lincoln.”

The newly elected president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, offers hope for true economic reform of Africa’s largest and wealthiest nation. Though it has been promised many times, this time seems genuine, and Nigerians enthusiastically dare to hope. Let’s join them!

“After many years of hoping against hope, Nigerians appear certain that they are in for a new deal with the newly inaugurated administration of Muhammadu Buhari.

The rise in expectation was borne out of the gush of renewed promises last Friday by Buhari during his inaugural speech at the Eagle Square, Abuja.

Buhari at the inauguration said: “No single cause can be identified to explain Nigerian’s poor economic performance over the years than the power situation.”

“It is a national shame that an economy of 180 million generates only 4,000MW, and distributes even less. Continuous tinkering with the structures of power supply and distribution and close on $20billion expended since 1999 have only brought darkness, frustration, misery, and resignation among Nigerians. We will not allow this to go on. Careful studies are under way during this transition to identify the quickest, safest and most cost-effective way to bring light and relief to Nigerians,” he said…”…/buhari-era-signposts-light-…/


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