A Brief Note To President Buhari As He Holidays In The UK

By Ikenga Chronicles February 3, 2017

Sir, how is your vacation going? I hope it is pleasurable one. Sir, shortly after you left for the UK, some wailers and your adversaries had declared your demise. You should notify them that you are alive and healthy, and your departure for the United Kingdom is merely a routine annual vacation. Sir, we have been tirelessly praying for you.

Permit me, sir, to brief you on some of the events that occurred in your absence . If the permission is granted I will begin by saying that your deputy, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has spruced things up aptly. Sir, there must be under-the-table reasons behind the senate’s rejection of EFCC acting chairman Ibrahim Magu, as its substantive boss, I think their refusal has nothing to do with that corruption allegation brouhaha.

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I am convinced that you are aware of the drop in Electricity supply to 1,973MW bred by the incessant attacks on Nigeria’s gas pipelines by the Niger Delta militants. Sir, permit me also to whisper to you that three years now after the privatization of Nigerian power sector,Nigerians have not seen any positive change in the sector. Therefore, time has come for government to take over the power sector. Remember your pledge that your administration will provide ten thousand megawatts before 2019. I think diversifying Nigeria’s electricity source to solar, wind and nuclear energies could be more rewarding.

Additionally sir, what are you planning to do regarding Nigeria’s inflation rate as it has risen to 18.55%? It is vital for you to adopt dynamic and earnest measures to control the current hyper-inflation bedeviling Nigerians, and regulate commodities’ prices in the country. Also, Nigerians are grumbling about the ban on food importation. You should intimate them that food importation fuels domestic inflation, depletes our foreign reserves, displaces our local production and creates unemployment in the country.

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I have realized that among the challenges confronting the Anchor Borrowers’ Programme includes misapplication of the funds, non-utilization of available cultivable lands, manual system of production and inadequate funding for the programme. Sir, do something about it.

Sir, permit me to suggest that your administration should provide Nigerian farmers with world class machines in order to sieve out stones from our own rice mills during the milling process. I am well persuaded that Nigerians will give up patronizing imported rice when our local rice is processed to be stone-free.

Thank you sir.

Mustapha Baba, Azare, Bauchi State

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