I’m Tired Of PDP, They Can’t Tackle Corruption, Boko Haram

13 Sep

I’m Tired Of PDP, They Can’t Tackle Corruption, Boko Haram

The respected woman of essence has said that she’s tired of the Nigeria biggest political party, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). She made this statement while responding to questions from her followers who requested to know the political party and the presidential candidate she intends to support in 2015.

Habiba said she was tired of the PDP and its members, adding that Nigerians had given PDP enough time to perform in the country but chose otherwise.The Chairperson, Elderly and the Poor who is presently on vacation in the UK to spend Christmas with her children, expressed her disappointment towards the government and current administration.

She said “To those sending me mails asking me who I like between Goodluck and Buhari, well, it’s not about who I like between the two, it is about who will look after the elderly, the poor, the struggling working families and those young boys and girls out there who are unemployed.

It’s as simple as that.”Habiba, who is obviously not happy about the way things are in the country in the area of economy and corruption said, “Who will tackle corruption for once in our country? I’m simply tired of PDP and it’s people. Nigerians have given PDP enough time to do good to the Country but it appears that it’s just not working. They can’t tackle corruption, they can’t tackle Boko Haram what can they do?Nigerians love enjoyment but apparently this is slowly being taken away from us. Our youth are not happy at all.

They struggle so hard to make ends meet; and some leaders are at a corner looting what belongs to all of us. I don’t care who rules Christian or Muslim all I need is an able leader.”If we could recall, the delectable philanthropist, Habiba wrote an Open Letter to the President, Goodluck Jonathan, copying the senate President, David Mark and the speaker of the House of Assembly, Aminu Tambuwal, requesting the government to make free, medical services for the elderly, the poor and children in the country but this was completely ignored.

The UN ambassador was so bitter and dispirited by President Jonathan’s behaviour during the time Nigeria was mourning the Nyanya bomb victims and the missing more than 257 Chibok school girls. And this is the same government asking for re-election!

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