This Article is a Sequel to General Muhammadu Buhari – The Moses Of Our Time, an X-ray on the Visions of General Buhari.

“General Buhari retains a rare reputation for honesty among Nigeria’s politicians, both Military and civilians” – BBC World.

“From the oracle of the Holy Spirit we are announcing change” – Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka, New Year’s Message 2015 – From Goodluck to badluck

“Nigeria like an egg is about to break in the hand of Jonathan Goodluck and we cannot allow it to happen” – Ditto

“My interest is about the wellbeing of this country.


“General Muhammadu Buhari has had a track record. He has a pedigree that this country needs to move forward” – Governor Al-Makura of Nasarawa State.

“GMB retains a rare reputation for honesty among Nigeria’s politicians, both Military and civilians” – BBC World

“I have surely seen the oppression of My people who are in Egypt, and have heard their cry because of their taskmasters, for I know their sorrow: So I have come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up from that land to a good and large land, to a land flowing with milk and honey…..” The Holy Bible, Exodus 3: 7 – 8.…


In the Nigerian economy, visionless leadership and bad governance have turned Nigeria to a prodigal and bankrupt nation. Nigeria is not yet a failed state economically, but all the indicators of a failing economy abound: The capital market crashed since 2008 without much improvement mainly due lack of investors’ confidence; the international price of oil crashed from its glorious $140 per barrel to $50 and below; the Naira is greatly devalued; the level of inflation has gone up due to unnecessary circulation of stolen money to woo voters for the forthcoming elections (Note: The naira won’t stabilise until after the elections because the supply of money in circulation is more than the demand.); lack of effective fiscal and monetary controls; near total depletion of the Foreign Reserve Account from $49b in 2013 to $7b; continuous accumulation of internal and external public debts; loss of Central Bank of Nigeria’s independence; lack of executive supervision of the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Petroleum Resources; and of course, the loss of 400,000 barrels of oil per day to thieves known to the present leadership.…