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Dear TTB Readers, Do You Believe Change Is Here?





Today has been a very emotional day in Nigeria. Good emotions, bad emotions, mixed emotions. Whatever your feelings are; hopeful, hopeless, indifferent, it's obviously the dawn of a new day. A new day; better than yesterday, worse than yesterday, same as ever; business as usual? 

I just read Chude Jideonwo's article which ended with him saying; "Our hearts are broken, our spirits burdened. We desperately need the promised change, and we need it to start immediately. Nigeria has suffered enough".

While some people are so CERTAIN that change has come, some think that it's the same soup, just served in a different dish. Some have a sour taste in their mouths, an ominous feeling. And for some others, we sit with our jaws in our hands and mutter time will tell

To which category do you belong? Do you really believe that change is here? 


*And for those of you thinking "All I see is Yusuf Buhari, you need Jezos". LOL. 





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I echo Chude's words; We desperately need the promised change, and we need it to start immediately. Nigeria has suffered enough

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  1. Time will tell. Change we will definitely get,I just pray it will be a positive one. J

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    1. Exactly my thoughts. Change is here but may it be a positive one..

      Www.trendwithgloria.blogspot.com

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  2. Time will tell
    We really need change I hope it happens

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  4. The same soup been served in a different plate? Well at least the plate was different from the previous one

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    1. Wow... I can really comment, hallelujah sombori.
      Dancing shoki

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  5. I'm indifferent about all this change chant but I hope for the best.Whoever makes Nigeria better is fine by me.

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  7. Na Sidon look mood I de when it comes to Nigeria.

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  8. i believe change is here. the degree of change is what i am uncertain about.....

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    1. Exactly! The degree of change is what I'm not sure of cos, let's not deceive ourselves, Nigeria is so messed up right now, it will take nothing short of a miracle to clean her up in 8 years. I do hope he fulfills his promises tho and at least cleans up some major sectors of the economy before he leaves.

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  9. Now these friqqin GEJ loyalists go about demanding that the change come instantly without considering d fact that GEJ is leaving the country in it's worst state ever and that it'd take time for us 2 start seeing positive changes.

    But as yall GEJ loyalists still go about hating on Buhari, being indifferent and promising 2 make his tenure ungovernable for him, yall shld remember that if u wish him bad, we are all still gonna be in it together. If yall like pray that God guides, protects and helps him in seeing that all his promises come to pass, or continue being negetive and wishing him ill, Na una sabi.


    # I'm outtie

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  10. Everyone knows how I feel about this... #BasedOnBelief

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  11. I swear! All I see is Yusuf Buhari ooo! Lmaooo!

    On a serious note... I strongly believe change is here.... I am not allowed to believe anything less. I really do hope and pray for the best.
    A better, saner and greater Nigeria.


    Kabuoy.


    PS: Thelma, commenting as anonymous is hard ehn! *wipes sweat*
    Took me almost hour to post the previous ones.

    Shout out to J, F and other faithful anonymous(s)... ona dooo o!

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    1. Hahahaha! I think I need Jezos too O cos all I see is yusuf.
      Anyways I don't think I have an option but to believe!!!

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    2. Hahahaha! Yusuf be fineee...

      The Vice-President's wife is a very beautiful woman

      I believe the change is here, its just going to take time and it won't be as soon as we expect..

      Why are you commenting as anonymous tho....
      J and F are the real MVPs ooooo...

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    3. Is it just me or does this shape of lenses seem like a Trademark for them??? *confused face*
      Because very soon they'll start selling glasses with this kinda frames and name it 'Buhari'

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    4. Mz Gee, you're so IBO... Lol. Nice business idea

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    5. Lol @Ibo.... Well Uyi its all part of building the economy noni...

      Anon and Joy who thinks Yusuf's cuteness is overrated *rolls eyes*........You know the post before this one 'The Things That Matter To You'.... there lies my response to you....*tongue out*

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    6. Lmaooo! @ buhari. Mz Gee ooo! + I follow you roll eye jare. Noh mind them!

      Meanwhile... my phone died since Thursday o... and I left it at home.... I just charged it this afternoon. But mehn! Awon anons try gan o! Chai! Is noh easy... I swear! lol

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  12. Just like chrisyinks and sunshine, I believe change is here, the degree of the change only time can tell.
    The citizens of this country have suffered enough, Lord knows we need a miracle, we need this country to work again!

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  13. I believe change is here but i am on the fence as to what kind of change it is. fingers crossed for the best.

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  14. Pls Zahra and Yusuff beauty is overrated Jor.
    They are average when compared to the ones we see over here, it haff do!

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  15. Only time will tell really. But there is a significant feeling that change has come to stay. We stay hopeful still.

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  16. I am PATIENTly waiting for the change while I wish us GOODLUCK. As to the Yusuf thing, sorry to say, nothing babara about the guy, he is just there. So I still don't get the whole ha ha ha about him. #sideeyes#

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  17. Time will tell..and we should all know that Buhari isn't a magician so d change will definitely not be done overnight. At least the Beautiful ones are here to stay..i.e the First and second family.
    Let's hope for the best.

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  18. Time will tell but I really hope for the best because we would all benefit......

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