[Column] UNDERSTANDING THE #Changebeginswithme REORIENTATION CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED BY PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI By Abdul Abubakar

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  • Musa

    I couldn’tagree any less because it is just annoying how some people who claim to have the solutions at heart actually are the ones who want to simply disorient this progressive initiative.

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    • Admin

      Thank you for your input Musa. Our country has these category of people in abundance… but its upto you and me to put in efforts to over power their influence upon our perceptions

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  • Ben

    It’s really not about someone supporting or being against Buhari but you should look into the situation of the country and what people go through like everyday, you just might see their point to think or even want to go against this.

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    • Admin

      Indeed, the situation on ground is disturbingly alarming and seemingly unjustifiable. We just pray this is a step among many others that will help contain this contagious dwindling of the economy.

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  • Adamu

    A great read, totally with writer. I wish and pray Nigerians understand this and It will surely go a long way in bringing back the Good Old Days

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    • Admin

      The good old days are indeed days to live for

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  • Chukwudi

    What are you trying to say now? That we should e quiet and assume this campaign is really meant to reorient our perceptions?

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  • Anonymous

    lol Nigerians Will always amaze me! You all need to open your eyes to the cluelessness of this administration! The campaign wey them do before election never do them na now them want continue campaign again!!! Okay na😂😂😂😂

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  • Sheriff Olaitan

    it was first the anti corruption crusade, then W. A. I.
    now it’s #change begins with me, while I agree that the country needs a social reorientation, I feel the political will of the government to ensure this should be backed by a viable economic structure to ensure spontaneous compliance. only then would the campaigns enjoy success and poll past the #Rebrand Nigeria of late prof Akunyili

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    • Admin

      ” I feel the political will of the government to ensure this should be backed by a viable economic structure to ensure spontaneous compliance.” I totally agree with this Sheriff. That is why I didnt say much about how the campaign address the issue of the economy. But if the government will do as you have suggested then I think its campaign as well as subsequent ones will be adopted without much fuzz.

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