It is shocking to see Nigerians getting unsettled over what they perceived as “promise and fail” in the present administration headed by President Muhammadu Buhari.
Nigerians are known for their false and failed promises, many aspire to have eyes over their heads. The general population are exceptionally aware that breaking a pledge is one of those things in life and it’s not any more tragic similarly as the news of consistent demise in the nation.
Indeed, even the adolescents, through their customary specialty called Yahoo Yahoo have figured out how to falsify documents, make promises they can’t deliver in an attempt to cheat their targets.
These young people as they go have the chance to occupy public offices and put what they have learned into utilization to siphon public assets.
The individuals who thought President Muhammadu Buhari, a Nigerian who after 30 years as Head of State, didn’t take part in any gainful business would convey the expected change to Nigeria were envisioning.
Buhari, after studying the nation for three decades, he understood that the adolescents are artless.
Buhari realized that all it would take was to pay a group of jobless young people to help him, buy editors on each daily papers on his side, promise political offices to the voices among the gullibles, take advantage of the effectively partitioned religious country and control the very body that conducted the election, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
Haven’t contested for the third time, he gained experience in what the people wanted. He knew the power of playing the prophet, he knew the Nigerian individuals could hope constantly for king Joseph among King Pharaohs.
Buhari first struck in July 2014 when he diverted attention from the individuals who lost their lives in Boko Haram attack in Kaduna to himself.
The General alleged through his aide that some of his political Boko Haram endeavored to kill him. The news of his attack went far and wide while the families of the individuals who lost their friends and families and others who were injured were totally forgotten.
Individuals from various parts of the nation paid him an affability visits, daily papers, online bloggers were all at his beck and core, he turned out to be more mainstream than he was before the incident, the belief that individuals were attempting to stop him before he turned into the Presidential candidate overlooking that he had failed three times topped the chart.
A supporter of Mr. Buhari, Rotimi Fashakin said the previous head of state was en route to the place where he grew up – Daura in neighboring Katsina state – when he was trailed by the bomber and attacked.
“I’m certain political Boko Haram are behind the attack,” Mr. Fashakin said. “General Buhari was the objective of the attack.”
His second all-inclusive strategy was to claim to be poor. He asserted he didn’t have cash to purchase Presidential form, he claimed that he needed to obtain cash from the Bank and Nigerians bought it wholeheartedly.
He was known as the poorest President of Nigeria, since other past Presidents were living in affluence.
His third endeavor was to think of the commonest which is, making promises he couldn’t keep. The following are the arrangements of his guarantees:
1. Public Declaration of assets and liabilities.
2. State and Community Policing
3. Ban on all government officials from seeking medical care abroad
4. Implementation of the National Gender Policy, including 35% of appointive positions for women
5. Revival of Ajaokuta Steel Company generation, transmission and distribution of at least 20,000MW of electricity within four years and increasing to 50,000MW with a view to achieving 24/7 uninterrupted power supply within 10 days
6. Empowerment scheme to employ 740,000 graduates across the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory
7. To provide three million jobs per year
8. Establishment of a free tuition and scholarship scheme for pupils who have shown exceptional aptitude in science subjects at O level to study ICT related courses
9. Provision of allowances to the discharged but unemployed Youth Corps members for Twelve months while in the skills and entrepreneurial development programme
10. Making the Economy one of the fastest growing emerging economies in the world with a real GDP growth averaging 10% annually
11. More and more promises..
All things considered, the President made so many numbers of campaign promises and we will chat on only few.
1. Public Declaration of assets and liabilities: Till today, Nigerians don’t know the amount Buhari is really worth.