Re: Buhari and his unpopular policies
This writer is an unapologetic and unrepentant Bucharest. He’s convinced by the courage of his convictions. But he will not shy away from saying it plain when the national emergency requires him to speak out against the president’s inadequacies!
In this age social media malfeasance and infiltration of information dissemination, ignorance and knowledge acquisition are a choice! The Guardian is a source of news medium that speaks to the conscience and consciousness of a nation with unbiased information and credible news dissemination.
Unlike other brown-enveloped Newspapers and fake news emanating from social media, The Guardian Newspapers is a platform that has its ethics and professionalism nurtured and guarded by the truth (Conscience, nurtured by truth). It has consistently maintained the content of its mission statement and news publications.
I love The Guardian Newspapers’ unbiased and highly academic editorials, daily national news coverage and other various publications from its human capital. This editorial is food for thought for the second term administration of President Muhammadu Buhari and his handlers. The president must begin to restore hope in the midst of division and hopelessness.
Buhari must be alive to his responsibilities to the nation and for his posterity. Security of lives and property; unity, poverty alleviation and creation of job opportunities must be the four cardinal points of his administration. Buhari must listen to genuine cries and woes of the nation. He has to listen. Promises kept are good promises expected by the people! History is steering president Buhari in the face! Buhari: A legacy of integrity and grace must be preserved.
President Buhari must be guarded and guided by this honest, straightforward talk and constructive criticism as contained in this profound editorial. All the points marshaled in this publication must be factored in, scrutinized, pondered on and used by the president for his good and posterity. We want the president to succeed. His success is our success in the diaspora, and the success of all Nigerians!
It is also heart-warming to hear that the president has a preference for reading The Guardian Newspapers as his morning tonic over other Newspapers in Nigeria. It is also good to know that, before the President begins his daily business of government, he consumes this nation’s leading newsprint (The Guardian Newspapers of Nigeria).
I am doffing my hat for The Guardian Newspapers for this unique, and one of the best of editorials I have read in a long time! May Almighty God bless the soul of Alex Ibru and preserve the legacy of the Ibrus for giving us a national edifice and conscience of the nation—-The Guardian Newspapers of Nigeria.
Yahaya Balogun wrote from Arizona, USA.