I am the change of my country Nigeria not Buhari

I am the change of my country Nigeria not Buhari. Change is the only thing that is constant, Muhammadu Buhari “Change begins with me” campaign started 8th September 2016, more than fifteen months after assuming power as an elected president. The main goal of the programme is to instill discipline and patriotism in Nigerians, yet change is not visible in Nigeria. I propose a true change of my country Nigeria as follows.

  1. Don’t throw garbage on the roads/streets​
  2. Don’t spit or urinate on roads and walls​
  3. Don’t write on walls and currency notes​
  4. Don’t abuse and insult others, rather, be patient, tolerant and controlled
  5. Save water and electricity​
  6. Plant a tree​
  7. Obey traffic rules​
  8. Honour and take care of your parents and grandparents, take their blessings and always respect them​
  9. Respect women​
  10. Give way to ambulances​
  11. Treat your neighbour in the way you would want to be treated
  12. Do not seek for corners to cut in anything you do
  13. Be intentional in honesty and integrity
  14. Fear God in a way that is demonstrated in your lifestyle
  15. Respect every individual, regardless of race, religion, tribe or status; we are all God’s creations
  16. Always seek to be part of the solution and not the problem
  17. Grab every opportunity to be kind and helpful
  18. Be conscious of setting a good example for younger or junior ones
  19. Be content and grateful for what you have more than lamenting over what you lack
  20. Be proud of being a Nigerian by focusing on the positives and acknowledging that God does not make mistakes

We need to change ourselves and not the country. Once we change ourselves the country will automatically change. If we want our children to live in a clean, safe and prosperous environment, then pledge to follow these pointers in your everyday life.​ No one person or leader can change the country alone; it’s you and I who can change our beloved nation, by changing ourselves!

Also read>>>I Pledge to Nigeria My Country


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