At a dinner meeting with Abuja Private Sector Forum in Abuja on Saturday night, Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, General Mohammadu Buhari, said the clamour for change in Nigeria’s political governance has become the desire of all Nigerians and not limited to APC as a party.
This is true. Nigerians want change. One wonders however if the General has the specifics of the ‘change’ that Nigerians want. And most of them expect these changes to happen instantaneously if the APC wins the presidential ticket.
Here is a list of some of the things that a lot of Nigerians believe ‘change’ entails.
- Policemen will no longer stay at street corners waiting for unwary motorists they can extort money from.
- Twenty four hours power supply.
- For Lagosians, traffic decongestion.
- The dollar exchange rate will become one dollar to one naira.
- Instant justice for public servants found dipping into national coffers.
- Jobs for every graduate.
- There will be no more bribing of customs officers to bring goods into the country.
- Airport staff will become more polite.
- Monthly payments for all out of work Nigerians.
- Education will be free/cheap at all levels.
- No more strike in higher institutions.
- Agberos will no longer prowl bus stops.
- More young people will receive appointments to relevant positions in government.
- Thieving officials from the past administration will be thrown in jail.
- Brain drain will stop. Nigerians abroad will return back to the country.
- Keke riders will maintain their lane.
- Security men will no longer ask, “Anything for the weekend?”
- Lecturers will stop harassing students for sex and money.
Oya, let’s go! Add yours in the comments.
Here’s hoping that General Buhari has his magic wand ready.
If he wins.
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