by Portia Emilia Anthony
Where are these people? Babatunde Fashola, Liar Mohammed, Rotimi Amaechi, Ogbonaya Onu, Kemi Adeosun, Fayemi, Audu Ogbe, Kachikwu, Buhari, is he not the noisemaker of Petroleum?
Where are Chris Ngige, Mama Taraba, et al where are the noisemakers of the Federal Republic of Nigeria?
A Nigerian living abroad, a Buhari supporter, emailed me asking me to ‘take it easy’ on Buhari. She requested that I give Buhari a chance that once he has his ministers in place they would hit the ground running.
How many weeks now, since these ministers were sworn-in? They have not hit the ground o! Let alone run.
Nigerians are still waiting to see the change and what they can do o! These folks have gone silent completely, absolutely not saying any evil, hearing no evil and seeing no evil about this their government of change.
Nigeria is slipping into abysmal.
Right now in a state of inertia, the people are dying of hunger, the economy is bleeding, investors emigrating back to where they came from.
Nigerians leaving the country in droves seeking greener pastures somewhere else, oil thieves stealing like never before and the president the chief noisemaker is peregrinating all over the world forming suds and leaving his odiferous halitosis everywhere.
One thing I am so glad about is that the myth about Buhari has been demystified. It has been doused to a point of embarrassment to the point that we now all know and seen him for who he truly is – an empty block-headed analogue mediocre dictator.
If Buhari had not been manipulated into the Presidency, a lot of his supporters would be saying there goes a man that would have changed Nigeria to an Eldorado but he was rejected.
This is the sixth month into Buhari’s presidency and it is now clear that the North, having ruled Nigeria for 42 years out of 55 years of an independent country destroyed this country and Buhari is the worse of them.
In six months, Buhari has all but succeeded in burying the country and sunk all Nigerians into utter perdition.
Which way Nigeria?
Portia Emilia Anthony is a lawyer (not an oil marketer). She is a public affairs analyst. Connect with her on Facebook.
The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author.