Open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari

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Your Excellency sir, I will like to commend your tremendous efforts toward the achievements so far in office. I cannot but thank you for Sir.

I write with great mirth, embedded with consciousness and bearing in mind, the rear privilege it bestowed on me.

Your Excellency, I write to you with a deep sense of passion, pure patriotism and good intent for Nigeria. As the days go by, we draw closer to the end of your administration. Nigerians will remember you for your strong will in governance, notable reforms across sectors, infrastructure, human and resource development.

Sadly, Mr President, your actions and inactions have exacerbated the problems you inherited such that the Nigeria of today can hardly be recognized as the country you met as President in May, 2015.

Your Excellency, I write to you with a deep sense of passion, pure patriotism and good intent for Nigeria. As the days go by, we draw closer to the end of your administration. Nigerians will remember you for your strong will in governance, notable reforms across sectors, infrastructure, human and resource development.

Mr President sir, your actions are so far commendable, but there are divers of areas that are so vital to human life’s which I will like your government to improve on despite your tenure is wrapping up soonest.

  1. Insecurities

Insecurity has become a hydra headed monster which security agents in Nigeria appear incapable of handling vis a vis its multifaceted manifestations like bombing, kidnapping/hostage taking, destruction of property, creation of fear, to mention but a few.

There was pandemonium at Saint Francis Catholic Church, Owa-luwa Street, Owo, the headquarters of the Owo Local Government Area of Ondo State as gunmen attacked the church on Sunday 5th June, 2022 which alots of lives perished unexpected.

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Insecurity and terrorism has been a major challenge to the Nigerian government in recent times. The activities of (Boko Haram) had led to loss of lives and properties in the country especially in the Northern part of Nigeria.

Some of these activities include bombing, suicide bomb attacks, sporadic shooting of unarmed and innocent citizens, burning of police stations, churches, kidnapping of school girls and women, etc.

Kidnapping, rape, armed robbery and political crises, murder, destruction of oil facilities by Niger Delta militants alongside the attacks carried out by Fulani Herdsmen on some communities in the North and South have been another major insecurity challenge facing the country.

Nigeria has been included among one of the terrorist countries of the world. Many lives and properties have been lost and a large number of citizens rendered homeless.

Families have lost their loved ones. Many women are now widows. Children become orphans with no hope of the future. This has implications for national development.

Funnily enough, that same date but different month Owo attack happens, Kuje Jailbreak incident happened.

Insecurity scourge took a tougher dimension on Tuesday night, the 5th of July, 2022, following another prison attack, this time on the Kuje Medium Security Custodial Centre of the Nigerian Correctional Service (NCoS); a development that left no fewer than 879 inmates fleeing from custody. Although attacks on prison facilities recently on a number of occasions, have shown forth, the fact that the government was still caught unawares at its capital is lamentable.

Mr President Sir, Insecurity is a threat to our Nation because our capital is unsafe!

  1. Education:
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Education is the best legacy”, so the adage says, but it seems to have lost its importance in Nigeria. Education is majorly the tool that allowed our forefathers to gain our Independence because, they were enlightened and were aware of the importance of being free, so they came out of their ignorance and fight for our freedom because they were educated.

Unfortunately, this legacy has long lost its importance in the same country, its saved from bondage.It is so sadden to see Nigeria governments neglecting education and viewing it as less important, the only way their eyes are drawn to the educational sector of the country is when there is strike actions. ASUU has been on a nation wide strike since 14th of February 2022.

Nigeria education is just stagnant, no going back neither moving forward. The syllabus has been the same like the national anthem. No review, no addition, no subtraction, no adjustment, it just remain the same.

Strikes have been a stagnant syllabus that occurs regularly. Schools have no choice but to produce half baked graduates who find some things strange or difficult to operate in the labor market. Nigeria education is just in a big mess.

  1. Economy

Mr President sir, can you compare the previous administrations to yours?

Inflation in goods and services as ruined the economy system of this country.

The outcry of citizens are uncontrollable and that is why I am speaking on their behalf, to be the voice for the voiceless.

Finally, I humbly plead that you use your God given position, backed by the votes of Nigerians to ensure that you make adequate securities, good Education and the Economy of the country to be Restructured.

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Thank you Sir!

God Bless Federal Republic Of Nigeria!!!

Signed

Emmanuel Oluwatomisin Afolabi (EOA)

Ogun State Institute Of Technology, Igbesa

Email: afolabiemmanuel27@gmail.com

Phone Number: 08131194469

About Emmanuel Afolabi 266 Articles
Emmanuel Oluwatomisin Afolabi (EOA) is a reporter with 9News Nigeria. A young and dynamic minister and lover of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He served as the Editor & Production Manager of the Voice Magazine. He obtained his National Diploma from the department of Mass communication, Ogun State Institute Of Technology, IGBESA (OGITECH), and studied Journalism and Media Studies at Alison (Online Course) HND in View. He is a Political Analyst and the Keynote Speaker - Let's Talk Politics. He is happily blessed with his parent, Revd &Pst Mrs Daniel Afolabi and his younger ones, Timileyin & Mary Afolabi. Phone number: 08131194469 Instagram & Facebook - Emmanuel Oluwatomisin Afolabi Email: afolabiemmanuel27@gmail.com

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