Buhari challenges Nigerian youths to back his government and secure their future.

President Muhammadu Buhari has challenged the youths of the country to cooperate with his regime, telling them that they are endangering their future if they do not back the government.

Buhari spoke during his visit to Borno State where about 30 people were killed by suspected Boko Haram insurgents on Sunday, to reassure the people of the state of the determination of the government to bring the insurgency in the country to an end.

He noted that because the youth are a larger part of the country’s population, they must help the government stabilise the country.

According to him, “We have young aggressive youths, the Nigerian youths. Our population, 60 percent, is below 30 years old.”

“And we have to remind them that they must help us stabilise this country so that they can have a better future. If they don’t cooperate with the government, they are endangering their future.

“I am already 77, how many years do I expect under normal circumstances?”

Buhari also said he wondered how Boko Haram survived to date.

“As commander in chief, I campaigned both in 2015 and last year on three fundamental issues which include security; you cannot preside over an institution or a country if it is not secure. This is just common sense, everybody knows this even those that have not gone to school know this,” he said.

“This Boko Haram or whatever they are, cannot come up to Maiduguri or environs without the local leadership knowing because traditionally the local leadership is in charge of security in their own respective areas. So with my understanding of our culture, I wonder how Boko Haram survives up till now.

“We are working for you in this country. As commander in chief, I am dealing with the security institutions and I believe there is an improvement in security.

“I urge the people of the state to cooperate with the law enforcement agencies and let us deny Boko Haram access to our loyal citizens and encourage displace people to go back to the land.”


N74M maybach Mercedes for Buhari will not safe Nigeria from the hendsmen.

Buhari’s N74 million new Presidential car will not safe Nigerians from killer herdsmen

On May 29, 2019, President Muhammadu Buhari cruised into his NextLevel administration with a brand new Mercedes-Maybach S 560 4MATIC Sedan worth over N74 million at a time extreme poverty entered new level under his watch between 2015 to 2019.

The new presidential car is a custom made by Mercedes Benz, it’s manufactured on demand and only a few people use Mercedes-Maybach S 560 4MATIC Sedan throughout the World at the time of writing this article.

Mercedes-Maybach S 560 4MATIC Sedan. Photo source: Sahara Reporters

A check on the official website of the automobile manufacturing company revealed that the new Presidential car is $209,000 which translates to N74,822,000.00 at N358 to one dollar.

There is no doubt that the Nigerian Government under the stewardship of President Buhari acquired the new car because of its unrivalled comfort and unparalleled internal security mechanism considering the wave of insecurity across Nigeria.

Fulani herdsmen have been accused in the past for the horrendous killing of farmers in some parts of the country.

Mercedes-Maybach S 560 4MATIC Sedan. Photo source: Sahara Reporters

It can simply be described as a paradise on the move on the surface of the earth and President Buhari, just like Federal Lawmakers who cruise around city with bluetproof cars, deserves it to stay safe in the midst of angry poor Nigerian masses most of who find it extremely difficult to afford a square meal per day.

It’s a vehicle to behold!

Two-place rear seating with centre console

It’s pathetic that most Nigerians live in extreme poverty, according to the World Health Organisation and Food and Agriculture Organization.

The new car acquisition for the president clearly shows that the Nigerian government is aware of the insecurity in every part of the country.

It’s also a clear case of what transpired between a driver and a permanent secretary in Henry Barlow’s “Building The Nation”.

In the case of Nigeria, President Buhari needs to stay highly secured for him to implement his campaign manifestos for the general wellbeing of Nigerian helpless masses who elected him in 2015 hoping he would bring a new Nigeria into reality, but dejection and frustration have been the outcome between 2015 to 2019.

He has promised to make things better in his NextLevel government.

It’s high time President Buhari emulated the ideals of former President Jose Mujica, who ruled Uruguay between 2010 to 2015.

Executive right rear seat

Mujica is rated as the poorest president of a country ever, not because he chose to be poor or enter the Guinness Book of Record, but because of his love for the poor Uruguay sons and daughter whose standard of living was in a terrible state when he became the president.

It’s also on record that Mujica donates more than of $10,800 (90%) of his $12,000 monthly salary to cater for the poor in his country and used the rest to assist small business owners who needed financial support, says

Instead of commissioning Toyota or Mercedes Benz to build the most secured car for him like Buhari, Mujica drove his old 1987 Volkswagon Beetle throughout his presidency.


Unlike Buhari who move around in his own country with security forces specially trained and strong to protect an entire city, Mujica security consisted of two guards and his 3-legged dog.

“I’m not the poorest president. The poorest is the one who needs a lot to live… My lifestyle is a consequence of my wounds. I’m the son of my history. There have been years when I would have been happy just to have a mattress,” Mujica was quoted as saying.


This is the kind of leader President Buhari needs to emulate not the extravagant ones and being on the list of most secured president will not set Nigerian people free from the shackle of poverty they’re entangled in.

If Buhari has the will to stop the unnecessary extravagant lifestyles of lawmakers in Nigeria, he needs to set the pace.

Handcrafted silver champagne flutes

Those who risked their lives to cast their votes for him during the last presidential election mustn’t be allowed to wallow in poverty in the next four years.

Nigerians need action, they need servant, not a leader.

In the words of Martin Luther King,” Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and your verb agree to serve….You only need a heart full of grace, a soul generated by love.”

The narrative of “I’ll leave Nigeria better than I met it” must stop. Buhari needs to show it in his action and ways of life.

Every Nigeria life should be precious not just the president’s and his members of his family.

Buhari should be jailed-Femi fani kayaode.

Former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has slammed Garba Shehu over his statement that Senator Abaribe’s call for President Muhammadu Buhari to resign is a foolish one.

Femi Fani kayode
Femi Fani kayode

Recall that earlier, the presidential aide labelled the Senate Minority leader as a an armchair critic following Abaribe’s call to President Buhari to resign over the security situation of the country.

Reacting to this statement, Fani-Kayode queried when Garba Shehu “will stop saying rubbish.”

Going further, Fani-Kayode expressed that the presidency is cursed.

See his tweet below:

Femi Fani-Kayode

When the Presisency refers to the leader of the minority in the Senate as an “armchair critic” you know they are cursed. When will Shehu Garbage stop talking rubbish? If anyone should be in jail it is not Abaribibe but the calamitious affliction that he speaks for called Buhari.

Femi Fani-Kayode


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Buhari nominates Dr Kingsley obiora as CBN deputy governor.

President Muhammadu Buhari has nominated Dr Kingsley Obiora as Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), according to a State House statement on Thursday.

The nominee’s name has already been forwarded to the President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, for confirmation by the Senate.

The statement reads, “President Muhammadu Buhari has sent the name of Dr Kingsley Isitua Obiora to the Senate for confirmation as Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria.

“In a letter to President of the Senate, Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan, President Buhari said the nomination was in accordance with the provision of Section 8(1) (2) of the Central Bank of Nigeria (Establishment) Act 2007.

“Dr Obiora, upon confirmation by the Senate, replaces Dr Joseph Nnanna, who retires on February 2, 2020.

Dr Obiora holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Statistics from the University of Benin, a Masters in Economics from the University of Ibadan, and a Doctorate in Monetary and International Economics, also from the University of Ibadan.

He is currently an Alternate Executive Director in the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC, United States of America.”

It was signed by Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi .

Buhari gives stern warning to Nigerian police over harassment of young Nigerians

Buhari launches 2020 Armed Forces emblem with N10m

President Muhammadu Buhari has cautioned officers and men of the Nigeria Police against harassing young people in their bid to arrest `yahoo criminals.’

Buhari, Represented by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, gave this warning in his keynote address at the opening ceremony of the Conference and Retreat for Senior Police Officers on Monday in Lagos.

He stated that conducts by a few bad police officers must stop, tasking leaders of the police force to ensure that impunity of any kind is discouraged and punished where found.

The president noted that the police above every other service represent law and order to the average Nigerian.

“This is why the police cannot escape public scrutiny and sometimes criticism; Nigerian people old and young want our Police force to be better and to do better; they want to be even prouder of your service than ever before.

“This is why in some of our urban areas we want to see more compliance with the rule of law and in dealing with Nigerians.

“Recently many civil society groups have complained about the arrest of young men and women just because they look successful and are carrying laptops.

“Yes we must apprehend yahoo criminals but we cannot harass young men and women on the streets and in taxis most of whom are merely going about their legitimate businesses.

“There are also cases of extra judicial killings and injuries; misuse of weapons and excessive use of force by some members of the force.

“This sort of conduct by a few bad police officers must stop; and it is the duty of you senior and strategic leaders of the Police force to ensure that impunity of any kind is discouraged and punished where it is found, he said

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