News, Politics

The world is a stage and humans are merely actors in the function of time by Mikel Akpan

SATIRE: Abba Kyari!

Abba Kyari’s passage to the great beyond is a “sad and painful” death to Nigerians.

He was a dependable ally of President Buhari- and largely seen as the “defacto President”. His presence in Aso Rock and politics of Nigeria since 2015, loomed large in the scheme of things; howbeit, behind the scene. He orchestrated the “overwhelming” re-election of President Buhari in 2019 and the fierce legal defence of the President’s electoral mandate in the Supreme Court.

He was a consummate technocrat, astute administrator and politician. Since he assumed office in Aso Rock as the Chief of Staff to the President, he CHANGED the lives of average Nigerians and indeed, made real all the promises of the President.

He influenced a lot of policy formulations and implementations that led to the transformation of our economy, created 20m jobs, eradicated corruptions and improved our health sectors.

Particularly, his selfless service to the country saw him led a team to Germany to negotiate a deal for Nigeria’s power sector(that would make Nigeria’s power sector the darling of the world)- where it was reported that he contracted #COVID-19 while he was active duty.

He tested positive to #COVID-19, was isolated for necessary medical treatment. As a passionate public servant, he wrote to Nigerians from his sick bed, with the assurance that he was recuperating and would return to work soon.

Sadly, he passed on at one of the best hospitals he has led this administration to build for Nigeria.

RIP Sir, your memory lives on. 💔

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