Popular Nigerian comedian Francis Agoda popularly known as I go die has begged the Nigerian president Mr. Mohammadu Buhari to resign from office. The comedian has urge the president to better leave office has a hero rather than a villain.

Popular Nigerian comedian Francis Agoda popularly known as I go die has begged the Nigerian president Mr. Mohammadu Buhari to resign from office. The comedian has urge the president to better leave office has a hero rather than a villain.

Popular Nigerian comedian Francis Agoda popularly known as I go die has begged the Nigerian president Mr. Mohammadu Buhari to resign from office. The comedian has urge the president to better leave office has a hero rather than a villain.

“A passionate appeal to his Excellency, President Mohammadu Buhari, not to contest the 2019 Presidential elections and 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.

“The youths of today are grieving every day, 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. This is 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 story has been the same old story, when e go better? In 1983, at the age of 41 years as a sign of displeasure with the Shehu Shagari led civil government, you conquered your fears and risked your life to overthrow the democratic structure at that time, at this young age 41 you became the Head of State.

“Most of those instigating this continuation are doing it mostly for their selfish interest ,because of what they are gaining or stand to gain, if you remain in power, do they really care about what you will be remembered for Sir, once again, nature has presented to you an opportunity to live as our new generation hero and many young Nigerians are waiting, for you to have compassion for the youths, by lending them the privileges to define who governs them and stop the recycling that has kept us captives.”

The comedian is really serious on this particular issue, it is not a comedy.

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