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2019 Election - What Nigerians In Abroad Has To Say by SolutionMee: 10:14pm On Feb 15
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Welcome to you individual Nigerians, dear Nairalanders, Co-perusers and other political examiners on this stage. The point of this article is to express the psyches of exiles and what they need to state in this coming race. It would be ideal if you with no type of predisposition and bias read to the finite end of this letter.

As 2019 general election is imminently taking place tomorrow, it will be of great need to feature the two potential outcomes laid before us and how we as a whole need to make out a hero among them. I'm alluding to the two noteworthy hopefuls competing for the constituent post of the administration, which is likewise a noteworthy power to figure with.

We as a whole have before us a constituent alternative of reelecting Buhari (an arranged disappointment, an unskilled, a known dictator, a religious narrow-minded person, and a resigned general without a business foundation), and the benefit of allowing out to another age of hopeful and visionary pioneer, a business investor, an informed man and a managerial specialist "Mr Atiku Abubakah". We don't strengthen disappointment with disappointment and anticipate conceivable transformation in the nation. We don't cast a ballot in a dairy cattle rearer and anticipate the electoral performance of Clinton. This man misled us. He defrauded us with change. A certificate(less) cattle rearer guaranteed the informed elites of Nigeria that he'll make $1 to be equivalent to #1 and the uninformed personalities of Nigeria trusted him and greatly voted in favor of him. Would it be a good idea for me to state a complex ignorant is superior to a normal Nigerian? Once in a while, I think you folks merit the sorts of leaders you have. Nigerians are misrepresented as you all are not as keen as the world considers. The man is too old to even consider performing his presidential capacity; he goes through a portion of the year in an outside land (United Kingdom) for medicinal reasons rather than his crusade guarantees. Is it accurate to say that he is presently an exile like me? How might you vote in an unfortunate elderly person into office? This is genuine wrongdoing in developed nations that warrant that such culprits of such wrongdoing have the right to be imprisoned. To be real to life, the Nigeria constitution is unfortunate and practically unhealthy. That is the way Yardua passed on as your leader and the most astute move Nigerians took then was to rehash history. This man is excessively old. He's our grandpa and merits our consideration as a well-natured resident. Why disturbing him? He deserves to be resting in Daura and begin having a pleasant time with his kin. Regardless of whether he's too avaricious to even consider remaining in power, we can't generally accuse him. Eldership makes an educated individual dumbfounded and hesitant not to discuss an unlearned Shepard. This is the most noticeably bad thing that can ever happen to an illiterate.

I know a considerable lot of you will say that Mr. Atiku is degenerate and a treasury plunderer while a genuine man "Buhari" that planned 86 million nairas for spiking an uncovered head is a holy person. A man who quiet seen restriction and whose battle on defilement is unadulteratedly selective. A man who considered Abacha as a holy person and obscured the spendings of Abacha's recouped plunder through false installments to inexistent financial balances of poor masses. A man's whose under watch, a huge number of lives were being stolen on a month to month premise through Fulani Herdsmen menace, Boko Haram revolt, joblessness, particular defilement battle, servile destitution (as Nigeria is presently the least fortunate country on earth with an incredible size of around 80 million individuals with outrageous neediness), and consistently, 6 Nigerians are on their way to destitution. Stunning! What a nobleman. Many will likewise say that they can't cast a ballot in a leader who can't visit America however they can cast a ballot in an elderly person that couldn't make an arrangement of his secondary school testament. That is in the event that he goes to any. A man that is as yet mulling over on his age. A man that mishandled the aggregate workaholism of his country's citizens on international media. A steers rearer that considered you as an apathetic (lazy) man. When has visiting the United State a measure and sacred essential required in taking an interest in Nigeria's presidential race? Buhari that visited the United State, did he performed wonders or did any magic happens? Did Trump visit Nigeria for the endorsement of his presidential desire before turning into the President of the United State? I see inadequacy unpredictability here. All things considered, Saraki and Obasanjo assumed a noteworthy job by thwarting the shabby purposeful publicity conveyed about by the FG and the alleged powerless decision party.

Many will detest this message on account of my help for Atiku. All things considered, that is a shrewd discernment and it is a sound idea in the psyche of a normal insightful Nigerian. I would have considered Sowore yet the dread of the North and Short-sighted South-Westerns wouldn't give me a chance to do. To me, casting a ballot in Sowore has such huge numbers of points of interest. He's young and vibrant. He recognizes what the 21st century truly means and how it functions abroad. He realizes how to rebuild our Democratic model into the system of cutting edge majority rule government. I'm not anticipating excessively from him. However, regardless of whether he fizzles, he will be so natural to IMPEACH. I don't love and bolster casting a ballot in a power-plastered and non-impeachable leader. I additionally heard individuals discussing Donald Duke. Indeed, I know just yet a couple of things about this man however with the way individuals have depicted his execution in office, I figure he will be a great chief with an eccentric goal. He has the magnetism and everything necessary to perform well however he resembles a green snake under the green grass "The eastern rendition of Saraki." Why Saraki? Truly, aside from the vulnerability that deals with his future aim, he's additionally a fantastic leader that can make Nigeria incredible. Individuals despise his method for administration however I'm in full support of it. To shape a unified government, you should be a straightforward man regardless of you being majority rule or a czar. He additionally has the exposure, intelligence, fortitude, religious and ethnic resilience to rejoin Nigeria toward the western world. I singled out Atiku in light of the fact that right now he's the main man that can give Buhari a keep running for his cash in the North by giving them what's known as a "Shared/Mutual Vote." We need this system a great deal on the grounds that, with this permutation, the rest will be controlled by the SW, SS, and SE. Both SS and SE have officially made up their minds to make president Muhammadu Buhari an Ex-president come 2019. I'm certain the Middle Belt/North Central in the north will pursue their progression. Our solitary issue currently is the South-West. They are an adversary of opportunity and embrace bondage. They are not tribalistic but rather terribly divided. In the event that just they are burnt out on observing the Egyptians that we're all observing today, come 2019, "The Egyptian we are seeing today, we will see them no more." Let all of us realize that we are not partitioned by areas, clans, and religion. We are separated by our decisions. That is, picking a great way or going the other route around. To win this war, we as a whole must be joined together. I could see your abhor for Pa OBJ yet in the event that you are familiar with India motion pictures very well, you'll become more acquainted with that occasionally we need an indulgent adversary to battle a risky foe. Whatever we do, notwithstanding, we battle, recall forget that we need an amazing voice like Pa OBJ to win this fight and for us not to be alone.

Maximum security is the administrative right and primary objective of any performing government and any leader that flopped in such manner has bombed woefully. That is the reason we as a whole were against Goodluck amid his administration. Not due to abhor, feelings, clans, ethnic and religious contrasts but because of bloodshed. Let us stand for what we stood for then and vote out this administration. We represented equity at that point despite everything we're keeping our position. We adore GEJ a great deal since he's a man with a decent heart and has a well-meaning plan for all residents and clamor for our protections. Be that as it may, we wouldn't due to the affection that we have for one man jeopardize or endanger the lives of more than 150 million Nigerians. We're more than 180 million now in the populace and on the off chance that we didn't fortify failure, at that point, I see no purpose behind doing that now. Furthermore, to be completely forthright, we've never had it this awful and even a blockhead realizes that. There are various financial leaps forward under GEJ yet national security was a greater danger. What this administration obtained in 4 years is more than twofold of what PDP acquired in 16 years. Giving them an additional 4 years is offering ourselves to looming subjection. I will not be subjugated. I'm not making any unmerited correlation since that is not the objective and the target. The goal is to vote out a bad leader and vote in an optimistic leader capable of reshaping Nigeria. And even if we fail, come 2023 we will pledge allegiance to our national integrity and respectability by voting them out again. Whoever we vote, let's have at the back of our minds that we're not giving them a try, "We're giving them our reality."


Best Regard,
SolutionMee.

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Re: 2019 Election - What Nigerians In Abroad Has To Say by mycar: 10:19pm On Feb 15
The sanebway PDP learnt their lesson, APC will learn theirs and at the day, victory will be for the masses
Re: 2019 Election - What Nigerians In Abroad Has To Say by SolutionMee: 9:00am On Feb 16
Cc Lalasticlala; Mynd44;
Re: 2019 Election - What Nigerians In Abroad Has To Say by NothingDoMe: 9:07am On Feb 16
mycar:
The sanebway PDP learnt their lesson, APC will learn theirs and at the day, victory will be for the masses
Thats the plan.

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