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Dear APC, learn your ABC

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Dear APC, learn your ABC.

If we had the luxury of knowing the future, many of us would have rejected being Nigerians or at least prefer to remain sperm cells.

Again, if many of us had futuristic eyes, we would have campaigned against APC in every sense. Even if it meant giving power to a party like PPA it would have been a better gamble.

PDP messed with this country. The only party that made a woman richer than some countries. Diezani Madueke amassed wealth that can give Nigeria free internet till the end of the world. She carried the money, hid some, invested some, lavished some and maybe swallowed some. I wonder how she sleeps at night.

APC the sanctimonious party came saying they were fighting corruption. I wondered who fights himself with himself. I doubt a mad person can fight with himself and his philosophy of madness. But, no, APC said they want to fight themselves with a euphemism “corruption ”

All the moneys they’ve recovered have been relooted by them. What do we know again? Nothing!

We made the greatest mistake of the century by voting them in. In this two years, three things that have prospered greatly are: Incompetence, disregard and scarcity of common sense.

This government have shown the world that they are armchair in every sense of it. The rudimentary things that even student union government of schools do without considering it a job is the same thing they do feeling that they’ve done everything.

The ABCs of leadership slipped off their grip a while ago.

Well, who are you to talk? Are we not slaves? You talk against the evil doings of the people you voted and they arrest you. You decide to lead a peaceful protest and they implore police men to come with their smelly uniforms and rusty guns to disrupt a peaceful protest with tear gas.I heard yesterday that some people took to the street to ask our ‘vacation’ president to either come back or resign which is what every sane government should push for. They didn’t have weapons. They were only Armed with love for their derailing country. The police thugs generously poisoned the place with teargas.

I heard yesterday that some people took to the street to ask our ‘vacation’ president to either come back or resign which is what every sane government should push for. They didn’t have weapons. They were only Armed with love for their derailing country. The police thugs generously poisoned the place with tear gas.

Whoever did this to us is powerful.

All I can do is to shout with my keyboard.

I can’t risk my life for Nigeria. This country that haven’t given me anything since I was able to breathe.
To APC: Learn your ABC.

A: Accountability. Learn how to own your lose ends. Tell us what is happening to our president. Don’t leave us in the dark! The darkness in this country can last a life time. Don’t add your own darkness. Stop going for an excursion in London to see someone we voted. Stop playing hide and seek with our sensibilities. Stop!!

B: Brilliance. This sounds a big deal because demanding extraordinary intelligence from people who are led by a certificate-less man is laughable. Sorry for using extraordinary. Please apply normal wisdom and intelligence that can at least let you people know the constitution or better still declare that we are in a military government.

C: Common sense. Well, I grew up hearing that this thing here is not common. Now I’m grown, I can see it with my eyes and even my heart.

It takes only common sense for the federal government to understand what a peaceful protest means. But their heightened insecurities snatched the remains of their senses. Making them to see a simple walk with placards look like war.

Seek ye first ABC and XYZ will be added unto you.

Tell Buhari to resign. This is not what democracy is about!

Written by Mark Anthony Osuchukwu

Mark Anthony Osuchukwu is a young writer and social critic who is keen on making sure his voice is heard. In case you want to arrest him for this writing, you can reach him [email protected] or follow him on twitter @markosuchukwu

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