At last, Mr President Muhammadu Buhari is back home against all known speculations of being dead and on a lifesaving machine.
You are welcome back to your father land. I know the entire thing about life supporting machine was a hoax. You have put disarray, those false alarming purveyors and to shame fifth columnists.
Not only you that you arrived hale and hearty, you also presided over the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting. After attending the FEC meeting, you proceeded to your home land Daura which you have not been able to do for a long time now to chat with your beloved people who have been longing to see their beloved son hale and hearty.
Your joy has no bounds. You equally had a very wonderful chat with your classmates in your old school boys jokes. Your coming to Daura via Katsina, the joy of Emir of Katsina and Emir of Daura had no bounds.
Interestingly, the issue that culminated to your ill health had been discovered by the security agencies and their signing of your executive order had brought jittery to those Nigerians who use United Arab Emirates (UAE) including Dubai for monumental corruptions and money laundering. You stepped up the tempo in that regards.
This time our people no longer use Switzerland for safekeeping of their looted funds but UAE hence, the battle now is UAE; where somebody can acquire property for his children and others who have no person of that class are wallowing in hunger and poverty. Ever since signing that historic document which brought about your relief of ill health, people can see you now walking majestically attending the normal Jummat Prayers.
 That alone has brought a very wonderful solution to your ill health. I said in my earlier essay that Mr President thinks about Nigeria more than any Nigerian. I expect more to come on that pipeline. When you talk about change, it is in these areas that you focused. So our great party (APC) is going to deliver and the change had already started. Let the cynics continue to dish out falsehood; that further ones to be expected will seal the hope of the oppositions and seal all those “gara-gara” that emanated in there various gatherings. They are talking about occupying Aso Rock in 2019; that is a wild goose chase.
On Anambra Election, I am not thinking so much about it, but by Mr President getting well the whole issue is over. The APC is the next occupant of the Agu Awka Government house as Igbo leader Senator Chris Ngige said in Channels Television interview. With our biblical David, Tony Nwoye APC is sure of occupying the government house Agu-Awka come November 18, 2017. I want to use this opportunity to congratulate Mr President for the victory so far.
On the issue of one sided security appointments, the President knows whatever he is doing and at the end of the day everybody shall smile. The clearing of Augean stable is in progress. Nigerian masses at the end of the day shall seek Buhari and beg him to continue. It is not always routine for any government or Party to change the champions that are working with her. I will advise those clamouring for reshuffling of the cabinet for now to soft pedal.
I believe in my own opinion that all the Ministries are performing wonders. Talk of the Ministry of Power, Works and Housing. We are enjoying more light now than before. Look at the enormous work going on at Apapa-Iganmu-Ijora Highway in Lagos and other parts of the country as I enumerated in my earlier essay. The Ministry of Labour and Employment is tremendously doing very well. Each time Buhari is in Power, Nigeria’s winning streak begins as we experienced in 1984; now we have won the African Women Handball in Mali. Kudos to our D’Tigress and Buhari administration. At Akpabio Stadium in Uyo, Super Eagles humbled Cameroun with four goals to nothing and drew their game at Yaounde. They are already on their way to Russia World Cup.
There is hope for Nigeria again with Buhari. The change we desire is about to be felt by Nigerians.
Chief Modestus Okechukwu Umenzekwe is an APC Chieftain and wrote in from Lagos state Nigeria via [email protected]

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