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Comedian I Go Dye pens Open Letter to President Buhari



Comedian I Go Dye pens Open Letter to President Buhari - BellaNaijaComedian I Go Dye has on his Instagram written an open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari advising that he abandon his agenda for a second term.

“It’s better to leave the stage when the ovation is loud,” I Go Dye wrote, adding that there is nothing new for the president to conquer.

Advancing and transferring political leadership to the youths is the only thing that can bring more honor to the president, the comedian wrote.

Read the full letter below:

A clarion call to all tradition leaders,Ex-presidents,diplomatic communities elder statesmen,professional bodies,entertainers and Nigerian youths to lay their voices to end political recycling, because a future bequeathed to Nigerian youths today, will be the best legacy.

Sir,with profound respect to your personality do I write this letter,
Sir,with profound respect to your personality do I write you this letter,
Please allow me the privilege to politely take you through some of the best moments of your life as a youth.
I have questioned my fears when i looked back at our history, as a people and the many opportunities that has been denied the youths of my generation.The youths of today are grieving everyday, because so much has been taken away from them.
They have been denied the right to good life,quality education,freedom,justice, sustainable means of livelihood and above all, the freedom to leadership.
These opportunities were given in the past,remarkably many great Nigerians including your humble self,enjoyed the very best from our great country.How come my generation has been short changed and left in dissolution and uncertainty?
We all have our different birth dates, yours was in 1942. You joined the Nigerian Army at the age of 19 in 1961.Just three years in military service, Nigerian government sent you and a few others to commonwealth military academy training at Aldershot in England, between 1962- 1963. A testimony of how government cared and protected the youths at that time.At 22 years you were already the platoon commander of the second infantry Battalion.Thereafter, at the age of 25years you were the among the few soldiers that were involved in the counter- coup of 1966, which included your colleagues in service, Abacha 23 years,IBB 25 years and the oldest was Danjuma 28 years and a host of others. At youthful age,
In 1975, at 33 years ,you were already the Governor of North Eastern States .While in 1976 at 34 years ,you were appointed as the minister of petroleum.Meanwhile, two years later, in 1979,I was born into this world, the

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  1. Diamond

    January 24, 2018 at 11:57 pm

    The tone of this letter is different from the one he wrote to Atiku. This one is fearful, beggary and subservient. Oga I go dye, go and take several seats with your hypocrisy.

    • kenz

      January 25, 2018 at 8:14 am

      if only your diamond (as you call your self ) could shine bright to your dark brain and give it some spark and light for you to reason well, you will know that this is a letter that could change things for Nigeria if a REASONABLE , UNDERSTANDING AND GOD FEARING President reads it

    • Diamond

      January 26, 2018 at 1:35 pm

      Mumu, go and read the letter he wrote to Atiku. It may just help your reasoning.

  2. Dee

    January 25, 2018 at 1:44 am

    Lol everyone is now writing open letter. Open letter to who exactly? A dementia patient. Trekking season 2.0 loading.

  3. Wifematerial

    January 25, 2018 at 2:08 am

    Sir………………….too many sirs………………………….were omo

  4. good

    January 25, 2018 at 6:08 am

    Well said I go die

  5. good

    January 25, 2018 at 6:09 am


  6. thanks

    January 25, 2018 at 6:27 am


  7. Mummy yoma

    January 25, 2018 at 8:44 am

    Person do una go talk, nigerians no dey ever support good dem dey wait oyibo man wey go take up their issue. Who fit talk make e talk. I go die continue o…….. I understand what you are saying.

  8. papa

    January 25, 2018 at 9:17 am

    Why are we giving our leaders the opportunity to feel entitled? A man performed woefully yet we are writing letters begging and appealing to him not to run again where is our dignity? Do we not have the power of our voter’s card?
    Nigerians, no matter how autocratic and oligarchic a system may be, power lies with the people if they present a united front … read about the french revolution and the boston tea party

    • mama zee

      January 25, 2018 at 2:20 pm

      Americans had power of a voters card when a man man took power. WHY am i going far! We had the power when we elected a sick grand father to rule this country. Haven’t you realized that it it is not by voters card! WE need a REVOLUTION! to rid us of this recycling government. The same names i heard as a baby i’m still hearing as a mother. soon i’ll be a grandma n d same names.

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