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Buhari: Insurmountable Power Shock.



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By Elempe Dele, Edo.

After three times of trial and being successful the fourth time, Buhari has shown his inability to adjust to life in power. And that’s what I have termed ‘power shock’ like culture shock. He has not been able to respond to his ‘powerful’ new environment after 5 year, rather, he has gained and dovetailed into abject absence in spite of supposed tight schedules and assignments.

The timing for Buhari to resign from power to Daura could not have been badly ordained expecially when the sprockets of the security wheels of the country have almost all broken down completely. He is neither angry nor happy receiving truckloads of human dead bodies like debris from bandits, kidnappers, terrorists as some inflict mayhem on the people from multiple directions, even from his home town, Kastina. Even when such as the near daily explosion of deaths makes one wonder, Buhari seem to be absent from these deathly scenes. No, Buhari has not been able to suffocate or neutralize the inconveniences and ill-feelings the citizens have daily with bad news from the situation of insecurity in the country.


Ironically, he is a contradiction to clamour – silence. No day hardly passes that the country does not record a fatality from these misguided elements who kill in the name of Allah, ironically, the Merciful.

Not only has Buhari not been able to justify why he was elected twice, his huge absence is constantly questioning his legitimacy to continue on the throne of the gerontologist. Even with the unfamiliar #EndSars crowd agitation; a kind of national eruption that took the world by storm, Buhari was not abled to real life. His 10 minute pre-recorded speech was evident he didn’t know what the matters were, he was told what to read like a 3D image made in the image of the cabal.

Buhari happen to be a compensation for the innuaguration of our collective wrong decision occasioned by our votes – which happened twice. Some few close friends have the previlege of viewing his activities from the front seats of power, majority of Nigerians are just there trotting about not knowing what aspect of governance concerns them.

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We are mostly scrabbling to discover which vantage viewing point we can access his policies and economics that seem to be opaque and coded like ancestral scriptures. There are no opened avenue to dispel the notion where some think of him as once President Buhari, but not any longer.

Yes, his activities are delayed or none existence and I don’t see them hastened up in the next three years that his time will be over if it is not extended beyond 2023, as it were. His pace is not only slow, it is like a traffic light that is permanently on red – no urge for movement.

In a desperate attempt to avoid responsibility or further his appetite for vengeance against the nation, he has sidewalked to Daura to relapse while the people are gathered in groups like hunting parties pursuing to know the reason he has fled from the nation yet again to tend his cattle.

Oh no, I seem to know why he is gone – he has fled the crime scene call Nigeria which he has used as a battered ritual. He has broken free from the ills of Aso Rock, crawling into safety in his home town. Nothing can drag him out for the now except his own feet. He has refused to be joined to the mayhem inflicting the country as blood and tears smear the sands while the air reek of sufficiently suffering people.

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I don’t envy him, I don’t envy his transfiguration into a veiled president that cannot be confronted by the media or even the National Assembly – he has earned it. There is a christaining for this acts; The Fleeing. Even Aisha has disappeared siting insecurity.

The citizens who are now spectators to this magical realism having sprained their ankles and bruised their body trying to capture a glimpse of their fleeing president will eventually retreat to the discomfort off their minds when they are tired and some will tell each other in whispers, “I nor tell you say the man nor be am?”

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Afenifere for Collective Transformation ACT, led by the Director General, Prince Tolu Ajayi uses this medium to commend Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State on his recent interview on Channels Television.

The interview further exposed the undoubted capacity of the Governor to rule the Country.

The Governor’s responses to questions was with highest degree of intelligence, showing clearly that Governor Bello is not only aware of issues in the Country but also have practical solutions to all.

These confirmed the simple reason our movement is solidly rooting for Governor Yahaya Bello for 2023 presidency.

Our attention has been drawn to a comment published online by a self acclaimed right activist, Deji Adeyanju, a co-coverner of Concerned Nigerian Advocacy Group, who claimed that Governor Yahaya Bello can’t rule even a pig farm.

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He remarked that the civil servants in Kogi State are feeding from dustbin.

What an inhumane comment on people working and earning their legitimate income to provide for themselves and their families!

This is a huge insult to many households living comfortably from their earnings as civil servants in the State and such coming from a young man is highly regrettable.

Deji Adeyanju has forgotten that Gov. Bello is a Governor in Nigeria who won people’s vote to be in power, meaning that he has no business ruling a pig farm in the first place.

If a so-called right activist who have been involved in many compromising situations including using the same activism with Charley Boy to negotiate the then federal government to the tune of a hundred million naira all in the name of Our Mumu Don Do, then he lacks the moral ground to make such comments on the Governor.

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Since Deji Adeyanju has been parading himself as an activist, why has he not taken up even a councillorship ticket just to display his competence in governance?

We implore him to go back to his local government of origin and contest for local government chairmanship position and see if his own people can trust him with their local government resources to manage.

He has shown to be a bad influence on the young generation and displayed a high level of uncultured and irresponsible young man.

He remains a bad representative of who a young man should be.

We are using the opportunity of this press release to call on civil servants in Kogi State to fight for their dignity in labor with the understanding that the comment by Deji Adeyanju that they are feeding from the dustbin is not in any way an insult to the Governor but a direct insult on their personalities and persons.

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From our investigation, the only time civil servants in Kogi State were owe salaries was during the time of verification shortly after the Governor came into power which exposed thousands of ghost workers.

Workers in the State have since then being paid promptly as and when due in which no legitimate worker in the State is being owe a kobo today.

To us, we believe is the position of things in Kogi State today except if the civil servants themselves can come out to say otherwise.

We therefore call on Governor Yahaya Bello not to feel bordered and concern by the rant of a visibly frustrated hungry activist looking everywhere possible to gain cheap attention that could butter his bread.

We believe he’s not a factor in this presidential journey and so deserves no attention.



Prince Tolu Ajayi
DG, ACT4PYB 2023

Comrade Salami Taiwo Ramon,
Chief Press Secretary to the DG.

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Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello
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By: Prince Tolu Ajayi

Just like the saying that a prophet may not be appreciated in his home of origin. This was what happened to Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) whom was rejected by the people of Mecca until Allah commanded him to migrate (Hijrah) to Medina and was welcomed with warm ovation.

The same scenario was what played out in the life of Prophet Isa (Jesus) which led to His rejection and crucifixion. Nearly all prophets mentioned in the Holy Books (Qur’an and Bible) faced the same fate especially from their own people whom would have been expected to be their pilar of support but turned out to be their worst enemies.

Anyone sent on divine and ordained missions by the Almighty should naturally expect to experience this. This is just the true picture and reflection of the present situation regarding the coming of Governor Yahaya Bello as President come 2023.

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In recent time, one would wonder if it’s only Governor Yahaya Bello that is in the Country considering the level of appreciation and acceptance coming from international bodies, celebrating the giant achievements and successes of the Governor. Hardly will a couple of weeks passes by without a news of Governor Yahaya Bello conferred with an Award or honour mostly from international communities based on his strategic and deliberate security consciousness which makes Kogi State the most secured and peaceful States in the Country despite being surrounded by many troubled States.

Among other States in the Country, Kogi has continued to experience inflow of foreign investors which in turn continue to add value to the economic and social wellbeing of the State. The State of infrastructural growth and development in Kogi State is exceptional and the State of women and youth engagement and empowerment is second to none, reason why there is hardly a case of violence and restlessness in the State.

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All these and more are reasons why Kogi State has never been in the news for the wrong reason, courtesy of the visionary and exemplary leadership of the god-fearing and people oriented leader, Governor Yahaya Bello.

Despite the many good things people outside Kogi State and Nigeria are saying about Governor Yahaya Bello, it’s surprising that some from his State are not appreciating this their God-given blessing to the world. It is obvious that some people from Kogi State only concentrate on few negatives, forgetting that only Almighty Allah is perfect.

The good thing about whatever anyone might see or say negatively about Governor Yahaya Bello is that leadership is a learning process and Governor Yahaya Bello, haven gone through the process, is most qualified for the 2023 Presidency seat considering the experiences, knowledge and skills acquired so far as not just a Governor but a working and performing one.

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The good thing is that Governor Yahaya Bello has passed through the stage of trial and error but now in the stage of perfection in governance.

I hereby use this medium to call on the good people of Kogi State especially the youths and Nigerians at large to take ownership of Governor Yahaya Bello and not miss this opportunity in 2023.

In Governor Yahaya Bello lies a new Nigeria everyone is craving for. To the young generation, it should be our pride that Governor Yahaya Bello belongs to our generation.

Long Live Governor Yahaya Bello,

Long Live Nigeria.

Prince Tolu Ajayi
DG, ACT4PYB 2023.

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“YOUTHS OWN THE POWER” – Afenifere for Collective Transformation ACT



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“YOUTHS OWN THE POWER” – Afenifere for Collective Transformation ACT


We own the power to identify and go for what we want. As the category of citizens with the highest population, we own the power to determine who is elected as President in Nigeria.

We own the power to mobilise voters across the Country for a candidate of our choice. We own the power to determine the prosperity of our generation and generations behind us.

We own the power to intellectually change the narrative of our Country as being done in Kogi State today.

We own the power to harmonise our resources together to synergize and coordinate campaigns for our only candidate, Governor Yahaya Bello which we have been doing and readily prepared to do more.

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Above all, we own the power to install Governor Yahaya Bello as President come 2023.

It is important for Nigerians, especially the youths to realise that the opportunity is here for us to liberate ourselves from political bondage and slavery which the old generation has put us.

The time is now to send our grandfathers to compulsory retirement politically and allow them watch us grow and develop Nigeria from where they stopped.

They have given Nigeria their best in their youthful and young age and it’s best they allow us do the same before the next generation overthrow us.

Life is a phase, the phase of maximum productivity is between the ages of 18 and 45years which many of us are presently while above 50 years are to sit back and play the roles of mentor, advisers and role model.

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Afenifere For Collective Transformation (ACT) is calling on Nigerian youths not to miss this opportunity of Governor Yahaya Bello becoming President come 2023.

We must realise and make it a duty to own the President Yahaya Bello mandate. It is not a fight for Governor Yahaya Bello but an opportunity for us to use him as our ladder to the top politically.

Going from the South to the North, no other youth and young Nigerian is well positioned to claim this presidency other than Governor Yahaya Bello.

He belongs to the ruling party which will obviously win the election.

He comes from the North Central that has never produced a President since 1999.

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He’s a sitting Governor whose performance supercedes many of his contemporaries across the Country.

Finally, a god-fearing man who is people oriented and truthful to all, especially when he could play politics and collect money from the claim of Covid-19 but decided to stand by the people.

These are the qualities in the young Nigerian that Afenifere for Collective Transformation is advocating for as President come 2023.

As we look forward to seeing 23rd of May, 2021, Afenifere for Collective Transformation call on all Nigerian youths to own this mandate, Theme: YOUTHS OWN THE POWER must begin to reflect across the Country and be our collective slogan going into 2023 Presidential election.


Prince Tolu Ajayi,

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