Truth Be Told, Buhari Has Done Nothing Since He Got Into Office- Etcetera

Can someone please tell me what exactly is happening in
Nigeria? Sincerely, what is really happening? Sentiments aside, what has Buhari
done since taking over Aso Rock? The Boko Haram sect is still bombing, fuel
scarcity is still on, the dollar is still over N200, fuel subsidy is still
draining the treasury, insecurity has got to a new level, the roads are at a
deplorable state nationwide, and some people are suggesting we should still
give the president more time, that he will deliver soon. How long will this
delivery take? Because it is already looking like the president might need a
C-section to deliver. The signs are clear for all to see that Buhari has
started feeling the pangs of labour. Nobody should ask us to give Buhari time
to settle down to work. Buhari is an employee and he has to do the job he’s
getting paid for. No firm accords its employees the luxury of settling down to
the job. Why must it be a different case with Nigeria? Is President Buhari not
getting paid already? So why does he need time to do a job he’s already getting
paid for?

You keep saying he needs time, with all the time he took to appoint
ministers, look at the caliber of people he picked, and he’s yet to assign
portfolios. This is something that ordinarily should have been done for the
screening to be properly done. For Christ sake, this excuse of time is no
longer funny. Nigerians are battling for their lives. It’s a shame that the
same people that are suffering and dying from lack of everything are the ones
blinded by sentiments. Those demanding more time for the president should also
tell the president that Nigerians are also demanding time to pay his salary.
And also, we are demanding that the lawmakers get paid per sitting.
Someone should please tell Mr. President that he can
actually block leakages and reduce corruption in the country without
suffocating the economy and the people with anti-people and anti-prosperity
policies. Buhari’s monetary policy is not right for a capitalist country like
ours. Is it part of the “zero tolerance to corruption” mantra to block the
leakages caused by less than two per cent of the people in the public sector by
reducing financial transactions in the bank? And by doing that, creating more
economic problems for the rest 98 per cent of the Nigerian population that are
in their private businesses which do not in any way benefit from the government
and its policies?
It doesn’t make any sense to me that a government that
doesn’t give her people any social benefit should put a tag on the amount of
money they can transact abroad or locally simply because the president wants to
checkmate corrupt civil servants when the people do not receive any support
whatsoever from the government or banks like it is done in those foreign
countries whose policies the president is trying to copy and paste here.
The CBN governor should be advised to tread with caution on
his bank policies. It is not working for Nigerians. The monetary policies of
the CBN since the Sanusi administration has been nothing but inconsistent. The
other day they asked bank customers not to give out their BVN information to
anyone, now they are saying that bureau-de-change should collect BVN from
anyone buying or selling money to them. The flip flop of this government has
become embarrassing. If anything, it is totally ridiculous. President Buhari
should tender an apology to Nigerians and open up the economy if he wants the
citizens of this country to prosper.

Secondly, this government is already going the way of past
failed regimes. They should stop wasting our time doing unnecessary and
irrelevant things. The issue of the president meeting with the senate president
just to receive the official report of the screening of ministerial nominees is
exactly what got Nigeria among the list of the world’s poorest countries.
Buhari should focus his time and efforts to more proactive things that will
benefit the people of this country. I thought we had a vice president who has
it as part of his job description to take pictures, attend parties and
photo-shoots for the government. Well, it’s like they have all the time in the
world for selfies, after all, they never get stuck queuing for fuel like we do
every day now. Please Mr. President, we have had too many of these unwarranted
ceremonies already; it is time to get to work. How many months now and not a
single policy has been implemented ehn? Abeg abeg!!!!.

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