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Why I Endorsed Buhari & Osinbajo As Next Nigeria’s President & VP- Dr Perry Brimah

Dec 22, 2014 – Why I Endorsed Buhari & Osinbajo As Next President & VP – Perry Brimah

I do not support Buhari because I think he is the Messiah; I support him because I see him as a simple and rather ordinary man who only always strives to do his best.

I do not support Buhari because I think he has all the magical answers; I support him because I am convinced he is not arrogant or insolent and will listen, feel and absorb our input to do what is best by us, with us and for us.

I do not support Buhari because I think he is perfect and has not made mistakes in the past; I support him because I am convinced that through it all he has learned, gained tremendous wisdom; grown with Nigeria and learned the important lessons to today deliver to us a new best, in a new effort to make Nigeria as perfect as it can be.

I do not support Buhari because I think he will be the War Against Indiscipline General of the 80’s; no, I support Buhari because I am convinced that he will temper justice with mercy, he will first give us hope and promise, helping us re-establish trust, fate and confidence in the government and ourselves before he focuses on seriously cordoning our excesses. This I believe he will do in cognizance of our chronic malodorous state.

I do not support Buhari because of the region he is from; I support him because I know he is for all regions. I support him because I have seen his unique ability to work with and for people of all regions including mine.

I do not support Buhari because he has had it easy and had a silver spoon; I support him because I have watched him through it all, taking unbearable pain, accusations and unfair insults worse than I ever have; he has been a victim like me, and been graceful through it all, taking it all in, with unsurpassed patience. I support him because he has suffered and bled with Nigeria.

I support him for his courage and dedication to serve Nigeria and his maturity in responding to the jingoists and libelous ruling politicians and their media men. I support Buhari for patiently and responsibly taking Reuben Abati to court and securing a judgment against the desperate presidential spokesman for the libel that was intended to tarnish his good name. I support him for his empathy, accepting Jonathan’s plea for him to settle the case with Reuben Abati out of court. I support him for his show of courage, compassion and forbearing in the face of the highest level of provocation and tempering justice with mercy.

I support Buhari because in the past he made Nigerians proud and Nigeria strong and stood up for our true economic growth against the whims and wishes of the colonialist. I support him because he refused to bow to the pressures of the World Bank and IMF and put Nigeria on its own course of self-development with only Nigeria’s interest at heart; earning himself the wrath and the foreign sponsored coup to depose him. A true pro-African leader in the ranks of the Nkurumahs and Sankaras.

I do not support General Buhari because he will ever be a puppet, fool and slave to the colonial master, or beg them for arms, etc as the incumbent does, on the contrary, I support him because putting corrupt cabal and billions of Naira accused looter Dikko in a suitcase to repatriate him from his safe haven in the colonialist UK who hide him and his loot away from the justice of Nigerians, is so me. Gangsta!

I support General Buhari because the Cabal are scared s-h-!-t of him, even those in his own party; just as those in late Yar’Adua’s party were scared of the President and are even accused of poisoning him to speed his death!

I do not support him because I believe he will be able to do it all by himself. I support him because now I and many like me have realized what he stood for and we will fight to ensure that this time we together protect, ensure and secure the Nigerian dream.

I support Buhari because he has a dream for Nigeria… and I am in that dream.

[Dr. Peregrino Brimah, ENDS]



  1. musa sule

    December 23, 2014 at 2:05 AM

    Anyone reading your articles knows where sympathy lies. You never mention that ‘ I support him because he over threw democratically elected president ” citing corruption. The same reason Murtala gave when Gowon was overthrown etc. Clueless. Incompetent, mal administration, corruption, religion, regionalism ethnicity etc are what politicians use to seek for election and also the military (in their case ousting). Come to think of it, every body has one thousand and one reasson why certain action or inaction is taken or not as the case may be. It is left for the people to judge whether the reasson given were true or acceptable. A good example is the current insurgency, the leader and his followers stated that they are doing “Allah’s” work. At a stage people even sought amnesty for them!. Going through periodicals one will notice the word ” we have never had it so bad in an administration ” Currently people are saying the same word. So it is a recurrent decimal word. The elders and the younger ones who care to go through periodicals of yester years will understand what l am aiming at. Our problem is Nigerians easily forget issues. Nigerians can take actions and help spread a rumor. I remember a situation in Babangida admin in which our great social critics was quoted as saying that what he was demonstrating about then was a rumor heard from bus commuters!

    • OmoKehinde

      December 23, 2014 at 2:37 AM

      I see nothing wrong in taking over government from a corrupt administrations Like that of former president Shagari. A corrupt democracy with no respect for those that elected them is worst in my view than the worse dictatorship. There is no doubt that this administration is far worst than any regimes or administration in our nation’s history. If the next presidential election is rig through election fraud by president Jonathan, mark my word Musa Sule, he will definitely be overthrow in a bloody military coup. But if he allows Nigerian people to vote and choice the next president which I know for sure is going to be General Buari, this do-nothing president will live to enjoy his looted money just like all his processors like Obasanjo, Babangida, Abulsalam Abubakar, and Abacha’s family.

  2. OmoKehinde

    December 23, 2014 at 2:22 AM

    I support General Mohammad Buari and professor Osinbanjo ticket as president and vice president under APC in the upcoming election because they are the right choice to rescue sinking Nigeria from president Jonathan’s disastrous agenda. General Buari is the only living former head of state without any top hill mansions like Obasanjo, Abulsalam Abubakar, Babangida, and Sanni Abacha family. He is a man of integrity, highly principled, very discipline and a patriotic leader with no foreign account full of looted Nigerian funds. He has great vision and the willingness to deliver the dividends of democracy to millions of great Nigerian people. He built Nigerian three refineries that were mismanaged and intentionally destroyed by those that want to make billions from refining crude oil outside the nation and by many corrupt administrations after he was overthrow by Babangida in 1984. President Jonathan does not deserve third term in office come 2015 because has failed all Nigerians miserably. He had almost six years to deliver but his bad policies, leadership failure, corruption, mismanagement, money laundering operations and insecurity have worsen things for ordinary Nigerian people. He has intentionally imposed great hardship, setbacks and suffering on the masses. We cannot expect a different results by doing the same things over and over again, therefore, we need a change in direction and leadership in Nigeria for our unity, peace, and progress of our dear country. If the next presidential election is conducted in a free and fair manner, president Jonathan will lose in a landslide defeat to General Buari and his running mate. As it is impossible for a camel to pass through the eye of a niddle, so also, it is important for this failed president to be reelected for another four years in the people’s house-Aso Rock Villa. My advice for this desperate president and his political operatives is to stay clear from election fraud, voter’s intimidation and voters suppression for their own good and continuation of our young democracy. Only in Nigeria can a failure of this magnitude will ever seek for reelection. General Buari will easily emerge as Nigerian next president after the February 14 presidential election. Nigeria deserve a better, passionate and competent president that will rescue our sinking nation from total collapse.

  3. Prophet Gbenga Rotimi"KINI IWO NFE"

    December 23, 2014 at 5:55 AM

    Am not against anybody, but my believe is that it’s only GOD that can set this country free from the hand of evil rulers, those that appoint the appointee are birds of the same feathers, they will not make them do the right thing.
    We need prayer over 2015 election because ……………………….

  4. mulikat

    December 23, 2014 at 7:47 AM

    I have never vote b4, for this 2,i will vote by God grace, i remember during Buhari no jobless,their is food in every house and no corupption.

  5. Nwoye Igweagu

    December 23, 2014 at 10:11 AM

    Only a ***** like Amaechi and Brimah will think of giving POWER to anybody from the far North again when people from there are only concerned with marrying underaged children and buying houses in Duabia , London and other countries while even their own villages don’t have schools , hospitals or any social amenity apart from tarred roads that pass through them.

  6. Adeniyi

    December 24, 2014 at 12:59 PM

    They are gud to rule..Sai buari

  7. Tokunbo Kolade

    December 28, 2014 at 4:37 AM

    I second this. I grew up during Shangai, Buhari/I diagonal, IBB era and I can judge all of them. BBy hard although appeared strict then, he was proven to be the best.
    IBB took over to deceive us with his fake smile and corrupt attitude, thus we started declining from there.

  8. Tokunbo Kolade

    December 28, 2014 at 4:40 AM


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