Why President buhari cannot change Nigeria

Many Nigerians are expecting sudden change from the Buhari’s administration, immediately after the election till now , but it won’t work that way.


Here are 5 problems that makes it impossible :

Looted funds.

Most of the funds that should be used in the development of Nigerian economy are looted by those those in Power.. This act of corruption has caused a set back on the buhari administration, even the administration its self should be called to question because the loots the financial crime commission:”EFCC” has recovered are not accountable by the government, we cannot specifically say where it goes or how it’s being used but a situation where there is no proper accountability we have nothing to fight for… 

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Oppostion from other parties

The leadership of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has warned President Muhammadu Buhari against attempts to destroy opposition in the country, saying no amount harassment will make the PDP crumble.

This is one of the issue that affects the administration, because any mistake from the administration will be pointed out and they are making every effort to see the downfall of buhari administration meanwhile forgetting the dangers that’s lies now and in The future. 


Insecurity is Nigeria has given rise to of lives and properties… Billions are spent to make sure there is economic stability, but lack of adequate security has upper hand. The administration has tried all effort to make the country a peaceful place for its inhabitants but this seems very impossible to do. The major security problem that place a great threat to the Nigeria economy are the popular in Sergent group, killer herdsmen.


Under President Muhammadu Buhari, Nigeria has grown its debt portfolio by N9.61tn, statistics available from the Debt Management Office have shown.

According to the DMO, Nigeria’s debt stood at N21.73tn as of December 31, 2017, while the figure as of June 30, 2015 was N12.12tn.

This means that within a period of 30 months – July 2015 to December 2017 – the country’s debt rose by N9.61tn , or 79.25 per cent. You can’t achieve any goals being a debtor. this problem is very difficult to tackle.


Poverty and unemployment 

A recent survey reveals Nigeria has now been ranked the world poorest country(percentage of poor people are more than the rich)  Nigeria has been ranking the 2nd position for many years,while Indian top the table until now they now top the world poorest country. Unemployment has been a great set back for the economy, and this imposes a great threat to security, the poorer a country is  the less secured it will be.

This 5 problems will make every Buhari’s effort abortive if not tackled.


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