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Friday, November 4, 2016

If President Muhammadu Buhari Had Lost the 2015 Presidential Election



If President Muhammadu Buhari Had Lost the 2015 Presidential Election, former President Goodluck Jonathan would have been basking in the presidential bliss of his second term with leaders and followers of his ruling party, People's Democratic Party (PDP) celebrating in their Bacchanalian feasts from the Niger Delta to Abuja.

Their wanton misappropriations of revenue allocations would have continued with impunity.
The ignorant masses would not have known how the PDP, popularly known as "Papa Deceive Pikin" was looting the national treasury.
The briefcase fuel subsidy merchants would still be collecting billions of dollars to import fuel that they would not supply or half supplied in round tripping in the Niger Delta and Togo Triangle.

There would not have been any probe and prosecution of corrupt politicians and top ranking military officers and none of them would have returned his loot.

Former President Jonathan would still be bragging about the new federal roads and railways he has built and former Vice President of Nigeria in the Second Republic, Dr. Alex Ekwueme would not have exposed his lies in the south east.


Governor Fayose of Ekiti State and Senator Obanikoro would have been smiling to Zenith Bank to withdraw their billions of naira.
Former National Security Adviser, Dasuki, the ATM machine of former President Jonathan would still be dispensing billions of dollars of misappropriated revenue allocations for national security.


Boko Haram would have captured and occupied the entire north east as their caliphate or Islamic Republic of Northern Nigeria.


The Niger Delta militants would have continued sharing billions of dollars from the Federal Government and buying more weapons instead of surrendering them in the camouflage of Amnesty and still engaged in illegal export of stolen crude and operating illegal refineries.

And it would still be business as usual in Nigeria and life goes on.

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