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Posthumous Presidential Letter to President Yar’ adua + current Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan

Dear President Goodluck Jonathan,

I hope this blog letter finds you and your country in good health.

This letter was initially written for former President  President Yar’ adua. May he rest in peace.

Dear President Yar’adua,

Oil pipelines through Nigerian communites

Oil pipelines through Nigerian communites

I am writing you from across distant seas.

I want to congratulate you on your new tenure as president of Nigeria.  A country of educated and spirited and
beautiful people.

I think your 7 point plan for the prosperity and the quest to make Nigeria a great country again are on point.  And I am excited to see your plan put into action in the following term.


Being of the African Diaspora and staying current on the
affairs of Africa, I have a couple of suggestions to expedite your amazing 7
Point Plan. The suggestions are simple and I believe fundamentally required for
your plan to succeed.

Here are my suggestions:

  1. Rename
    the city of Escravos to a name that reflects the people of the region and not
    the Portuguese word for “slave”.  As
    India did with the city of Mumbai, formerly Bombay. This can only invigorate
    the populous with a positive spirit.
  2. Rename the city of Port Harcourt. The evil
    spirit of the wicked man, Lewis Harcourt, has caste an ugly shadow upon its
    citizens.  He was a pedophile of both young
    boys and girls. He later committed suicide because of his wicked and disgusting
    ways. God knows this is not good for the minds and spirits of the city’s

I think these two suggestions should take precedent before
your country begins to think about rebuilding its infra-structure and educational
system and health care system.

These two ideas are the catalyst to your 7 point plan.
Because without people of sound mind and spirit, you can never (lie lie)
accomplish what your 7 point plan intends to do.

Nigeria is no longer under the thumb of the British
colonialism.  However there remains some
kind of intangible sense of neo-colonialism which has caused Nigeria and the
rest of Africa to be comatose.

In my heart of hearts, I believe these two simple
recommendations will light a spark of Nigerian enthusiasm and reduce the sparks
from hammers and rocks against oil pipelines causing unnecessary  deaths to the desperate and poor and get
Nigeria back on track to be a world leader in business as well as culture.

May God bless you and may God bless Nigeria and the rest of





Posthumous Presidential Letter to President Yar’ adua


About artikleblak

Artikleblak is a panoramic color-consciousness of digital media connecting the African Diaspora throughout the world. This world is a massive environment and our images and stories and concerns are spread to sparingly throughout the planet and digital terra. People of color comprise 4/5th of the world's population. Yet we have to Google search and channel surf and scour the event calendars to find ourselves, whether it be a person, place or thing. We should nevermore let oceans, languages, religions, cultures or man-made boundaries partition us. Our humanity is to powerful to remain fragmented, lets make it ONE again. Sincere thanks, Artikleblak


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