LARA WISE WRITES TO THE PRESIDENT

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My dear President and commander in-chief of the Armed Forces of my beloved country, , Sir, I am a very obedient and loyal and law abiding citizen, sir. I am also a great fan of yours because I do honestly believe from my heart that you are a very good man and mean well.... (wisdom demands that I stop my statement at this point, sir). Sir, at this point and at this rate, sir, I'm gonna have to respectfully ask that you put a leash on your wife, sir. Cage her Demobilise her Restrict Limit Confine Constrain Restrain her, even you have to do all of these physically, sir. By all means, sir, do something...
Your , we know The office of the vice president, we know But, who is she? If she Is the entertainer at your rallies, please advise her to limit her 'ministry' to that calling... She should Please stop inciting the already highly tense polity with her unguarded utterances. She is making statements even you will not make, sir. Sir, may I move close and whisper something into your ears, please? (sssssshhhh, they say she's giving you a bad PR, sir) No sir, that is so unbecoming of an office not recognised by the constitution. I thank you sir because I know you are a listening president. God bless you and I wish you the very best at the polls. Long live our president. Long live The Federal Republic of Nigeria. ### Friends , we must still accord her our respects because she is married to our president. Let's do away with insults in this thread. Thank you.

9 Comments

  1. Shobande Keymon Yomi

    March 4, 2015 at 8:32 am

    Well if you ask me the way out for Nigeria, or the
    solutions for our problems in Nigerian, to me “we”, you
    and I are the solution for our problems in Nigeria, we all
    have an obligation to make this country a great nation,
    a country where other countries will dream of coming to.
    I believed we all somehow want to go to Sweden,
    Germany or America right? the question I want to ask is
    why? Why do you wish to go to America? Hmmm the
    majority of the answers will be because they are
    developed countries, or because of good governance, or
    they are countries of great opportunities for all and have
    equal treatment to all their citizens regardless of colour
    religion or race.
    Yes you are right but why are they like that? And why
    are we not like them?
    Ups It is because they are giving everything for their
    country and we are not, it is because they are carrying
    out their obligation as good citizens and we not,
    because they do away with racism and differences and
    we here in Nigeria are welcoming it and always trying to
    accuse each other for being different with us.
    Until we realised that we need each other as humans
    we’ll forever remain undeveloped and in agony and
    troubles. Humanity is in you is in me, a normal human
    being always strive to help fellow human, always wants
    to make and strive for a peaceful living in the society,
    that’s how we are, that’s how we were created. Whenever
    you see a fellow or a child even a pour cat, about to
    inter into a fire, you will want help right? when you see
    an accident, you will want to help the victims regardless
    of the difference of skin, tribe or anything…. You will just
    instantly desires to help, that’s the heart of a normal
    human being, unless if you are not human or you are
    corrupted.
    That feeling of “help” is what we need to give to our only
    country right now, our country is very sick right now, it
    need your help my help.
    I don’t have anywhere else to go apart from Nigeria, you
    don’t have anywhere else apart from Nigeria the only
    country where it’s constitution says you are its citizen.
    We all wants to come back home wherever we go, let’s
    make our home a better home you and I.
    I know quite a number of people are willing to divide us
    and create chaos in our only home (Nigeria), please
    don’t be part of them no matter what and how, have a
    strong heart to understand, and stand for your home
    and also educate others, that’s the duty of all.
    Now in home (Nigeria) everybody is suffering, all the
    tribes all the religions are suffering. Don’t feel profitable
    about somebody’s suffering and misery. Muslims must
    have to admits that majority if not all members of Boko
    Haram are Muslims or from Muslim communities, but
    non Muslims must have to accept the fact that it is not
    all Muslims that are Boko Haram. And especially non-
    Muslim who tends promotes the wrong side of Islam or
    Muslim who wants show to others the bad side of
    Christianity, should resist from their stands and have a
    rethink and stop acting like they’ve never seen a Muslim
    or Christian before in their lives, one way or the other
    you’ve interacted with somebody alien from your
    community or religion, we have had a Muslim or
    Christian President or governor before in our country
    and various communities this is not the first and it
    would not be the last time, everyone has his or her time
    by God permission.
    Boko Haram are a cancer in our society, and they will
    never represent Muslim of before, now or the future,
    majority of Muslims in Nigeria, 99 percent of Muslims in
    Nigeria refuses and fight against boko haram and their
    ideas, we can see evidently that most of if not all
    members of Civilian JTF who are fighting boko haram
    are Muslims and most of the states and communities
    boko haram attacked are Muslim states, local
    governments and communities, they usually attack when
    Muslims are praying. Please we must have to
    understand accept that they are not Christians also or
    sponsored by anybody, they generates their income
    through robbery and theft of banks etc and they
    recruites their members by prison breaks and we all
    know the types of people that are in prison. My dear
    coleague as you may have a pastor doing bad things or
    spreading hatred among society you can also have a
    bad Imam doing same, it is very easy to have bad
    people anywhere, sometimes even in our homes there
    are bad eggs. And we must not say also that the
    government is behind boko haram, it is just that the
    government failed to protect its citizens from the
    menace of boko haram. Therefore my brother my sister
    we all have the moral obligation to educate each other
    about our common enemies like boko haram, we
    shouldn’t promote and embrace corruption, we all know
    that it is bad for our future and our children’s future, we
    should always sympathies with victims of any disaster
    regardless of the differences, but not feel joyful for
    others misery. Only God knows why we are safe, only
    God knows why we are Nigerians and living together. We
    all have the moral obligations to condemn boko haram’s
    and bad leaders activities but not blame each other. We
    all may noticed that blames will never solve our
    problems, rather create enmity among us, but when we
    come together the way Nijerians did as Cameroonians
    did as Americans or Germans did we’ll be strong and
    fight corruption, enemies, boko haram, bad roads, bad
    electricity, etc. together and our Nigeria will be the
    dream country.
    Lastly, please we must have stop rating those politicians
    by their religious beliefs. Their religion is between them
    and their Gods, while their leadership is for us for all
    Nigerians, between them and all Nigerians, it has
    nothing absolutely to do with their faith, we should
    question them for not having good governance, good
    roads, employment, desire to fight corruption, electricity
    etc. We shouldn’t question them because they are hindu,
    black, white, Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba muslim or Christian,
    but it has all things to do with the impact they have in
    our live all of us, their God is in control of their religion
    and they are in control of our country, states and
    communities.
    I personally I never for once heard Buhari build a
    mosque or contributed anything to Muslims or even
    contributed anything to Muslims victims, in fact he
    doesn’t look a complete Muslim, Abdulsalam Abubakar
    looks more Muslim than Buhari. But sincerely Buhari’s
    popularity which is among the third class citizens
    (masses), is because they believed that he is no
    nonsense to the rich and also they think he’ll fight
    corruption, that is why too the rich don’t liked him.
    However I’m not campaigning for or against Buhari
    please, I just cited example.
    I hoped and pray for knowledge and understanding
    among Nigerians. I pray for a better home (Nigeria)
    PEACE.

  2. Grace Aigbokhae

    March 4, 2015 at 8:38 am

    This Letter make brain Lol

  3. Nnenna Ugwuonah

    March 4, 2015 at 8:39 am

    Nice one though because i dont like the rate at which the wife is making ulterances these days

  4. Eunice Aigbokhae

    March 4, 2015 at 8:42 am

    Hahahahahahah

  5. Tyra bello

    March 4, 2015 at 8:51 am

    This is a really good write up! She has to be curbed if not, she knows she has numerous err too. Lets refrain from insult. I guess she got the permission from her husband except she is a disobedient wife

  6. Sandra chinasa Deborah

    March 4, 2015 at 8:56 am

    I love dis letter cos of d respect she accorded 2 our president. In d oda hand, our president must do sumthg abt her wife our first lady n her grammatical blunders she commits all d time n d way create enmity amongst parties n groups.

  7. Ndubuisi Oscar

    March 4, 2015 at 9:35 am

    lols. Just passing.

  8. Chiamaka Emmanuella Onuoha

    March 4, 2015 at 9:58 am

    Yes oga Jonathan pls advice ur wife she is trying to spoil everything for u,she can’t express herself yet she insult others. pls caution her she may be one of ur failure in this election.

  9. Anonymous

    March 4, 2015 at 10:00 am

    I guess we have a manual of what is good and what isn’t in our hearts, its up to us to choose the paths we will take. Same goes 4 mama pattie