Calm down to see Buhari’s achievements, Presidency tells Nigerians

The Presidency has asked Nigerians to "calm down" and see the achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari since he assumed office.

Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, made this known in an article titled, ‘Why We Need to Calm Down’.

The presidential aide, who urged Nigerians to relax and stop complaining about the problems and challenges facing the country, referenced a viral video showing a little boy Oreofeoluwa Babalola, pleading with his mum not to beat him but rather calm down.

Adesina wrote, “But if the truth the told, that message from the boy is for the entire country. We need to calm down. We are too uptight, nervy, edgy. We grumble, murmur too much, call the government a lot of names, try to demonise those serving the nation, when it could be ‘our last chance; last chance in the world’ to really fix things.

“If you listen to some people; angry youths, religious leaders, political analysts, newspaper columnists, news reviewers, so-called activists, then nothing positive is happening in the country. It is all about insurgency, banditry, killings, joblessness, corruption, lack and deprivation. True? False!”

Adesina said the things many complain about are not peculiar to Nigeria, adding that Nigerians would only see good things if they relax and support the government.

Adesina wrote, “Those things are there, as they are also in many countries of the world. But they are not the only things happening in Nigeria. Only that we would not see the positive things except we calmed down. We would never enjoy the rainfall, if we expect rainstorm to carry away our rooftop at any moment. Calm down. I’m just telling you to be ‘calming’ down.

“We will see the things that pertain to the peace of our country, if we would just calm down. As the young boy said, “this is my last chance; last chance in the world.”The Presidency has asked Nigerians to "calm down" and see the achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari since he assumed office.

Femi Adesina, the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, made this known in an article titled, ‘Why We Need to Calm Down’.

The presidential aide, who urged Nigerians to relax and stop complaining about the problems and challenges facing the country, referenced a viral video showing a little boy Oreofeoluwa Babalola, pleading with his mum not to beat him but rather calm down.

Adesina wrote, “But if the truth the told, that message from the boy is for the entire country. We need to calm down. We are too uptight, nervy, edgy. We grumble, murmur too much, call the government a lot of names, try to demonise those serving the nation, when it could be ‘our last chance; last chance in the world’ to really fix things.

“If you listen to some people; angry youths, religious leaders, political analysts, newspaper columnists, news reviewers, so-called activists, then nothing positive is happening in the country. It is all about insurgency, banditry, killings, joblessness, corruption, lack and deprivation. True? False!”

Adesina said the things many complain about are not peculiar to Nigeria, adding that Nigerians would only see good things if they relax and support the government.

Adesina wrote, “Those things are there, as they are also in many countries of the world. But they are not the only things happening in Nigeria. Only that we would not see the positive things except we calmed down. We would never enjoy the rainfall, if we expect rainstorm to carry away our rooftop at any moment. Calm down. I’m just telling you to be ‘calming’ down.

“We will see the things that pertain to the peace of our country, if we would just calm down. As the young boy said, “this is my last chance; last chance in the world.”

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