Tuesday, 17 May 2016

OPINION::--What if Buhari wouldn’t have become a president

What if Buhari wouldn’t have
become a president

Editor’s note: Muhammadu Buhari
will soon mark one year in the office
of president. Umar Aminu Ibrahim
shares this opinion on his Facebook
page. He lists 10 things that people
would have credited to Nigeria if
Buhari did not win the presidential
election in 2015.
Presdent Muhammadu Buhari, a former military
leader
On a serious note
Today, I want to take time and thank God for
making Buhari the president of this country.

At first, I did not understand why God allowed
it to happen. But now I know and I have seen
the benefit.
This is how I understand the benefit.
Had it been Buhari did not become president:
1. We will think that by now fuel will be N45
per litre.
2. We will think that by now N1 will be equal
to $1.
3. We will think that by now three million jobs
would have been created.
4. We will think that by now unemployed youths
would have been receiving N5,000 stipends.
5. We will think that by now pupils would have
been getting at least a meal(including fruits) in
school.
6. We will think that by now Buhari would have
made his assets and liabilities public.
7. We will think that by now 720,000 jobs by the
36 states in the federation yearly (20,000 per state)
would have been created.
8. We will think that by now there would be
permanent peace in the Niger Delta and other
conflict prone areas such as Plateau, Taraba,
Bauchi, Borno and Abia.
9. We will think that by now the government
would have started creating additional middle-class of
at least two million new home owners in the first
year in government and one million annually
thereafter.
10. We will think that by now maternal and
children healthcare services would be free.

DISCLAIMER:
These are the author's view only