My stand against Buhari is based on moral principal, fairness, equal rights and justice

My stand against Buhari is based on moral principal, fairness, equal rights, justice and the overall welfare of Nigeria, as a country. We are all living witnesses to the mayhem caused by Buhari's utterances after the 2011 election. Thousands of lives were lost, including lives of scores of NYSC members, sent to North serve Nigeria.

On moral grounds, I sincerely believe that rewarding Buhari with our votes means reward for anarchy and disrespect for the lives of thousands of Nigerians, either dead or totally messed up, due to ''artificial insecurity', created by some politicians, in their quest to grab political power from GEJ at all cost.

Vote for Buhari means vote for those that swore to make this country ''ungovernable''. YES, they have succeeded. Boko Haram are now in control of some parts of this great country. But we cannot reward them!

Those that oiled the inferno are now going about the country promising us that they will quench the inferno if elected! What an irony!!! It now seems fashionable that the only way to grab political power in Nigeria is to kill people, kill more people, and keep killing! Is that the culture we want to inculcate in this country? We say NO to politics of shedding lives of innocent Nigerians! Politics is about ideas, and what you plan to do for the country. It is not do or die, for selfish or ethnic reasons!
Yes, APC promised us a change, but looking at them, they are all ''same 5 fingers in a leprous hand''. Most of them are power-hungry beasts that lost out of PDP's power-play, then moved to APC.

Yes, GEJ may not be the best that we expect, however, we are not seeing the ''change'' in APC. All we see are selfish agendas by some oligarchs to grab power at all costs, so as to start from where PDP stopped,and keep oiling their fat bank accounts to the detriment of the masses. Ask Lagos-State about their coffer and about Tinubu. They know best.

If APC means ''change'', they should have nominated a young intellectual with clean hands as their Presidential candidate. Far from that, all we see are old ''oligarchs'' with their old tricks, for their same old selfish agenda. Say NO to backwardness!!
We cannot succumb under their intimidations and threats. Nigeria belongs to all of us. Nobody have right to look down on others. Road to freedom is always hard, but we will reach there if we remain steadfast! Fellow Nigerians, lets fight for our freedom and develop this great country!

Anthony-Claret Onwutalobi
Anthony-Claret Onwutalobi
Anthony-Claret is a software Engineer, entrepreneur and the founder of Codewit INC and CEO of Portia Web Solutions. Mr. Claret publishes and manages the content on Codewit Word News website and associated websites. He's a writer, IT Expert, great administrator, technology enthusiast, social media lover and all around digital guy.

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