Nigerians are joining the conversation in a trending hashtag on Twitter #LetteerToMyPresident.
The hashtag promoted by Ecole de Dessin is an avenue for young Nigerians to bring the attention of President Muhammadu Buhari to the numerous challenges they face on a daily basis.
The group also plans to make the world’s largest envelope and the world’s largest post stamp; a commemorative stamp in celebration of the inauguration of the president.
The #LettertoMrPresident project expected to go round Nigeria’s 36 states of the federation climaxing in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, where it will be displayed for residents in these states to append their demands to the letter and become part of this historic moment.
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Plans have also been made for Nigerians in diasporan community to take part in the project.
Read demands of some Nigerian youths below:
I want you to look into our deportees in prison abroad how you can help them come back home #lettertomrpresident
— ADEOYE BAMIDELE (@H_BAMI) June 8, 2015
Maltreatment of Nigerians by foreign employers on Nigerian soil should be stopped. #lettertoMrPresident
— Sir. Huggie (@ogadelaiye) June 7, 2015
National Youth Council of Nigeria shouldn’t be like a civil society group, it should have a legal stance. #LetterToMrPresident
— Runcie Chidebe (@runciecwc) May 31, 2015
It would be great seeing Nigerians buying Nigerian products. This would grow the manufacturing industry alot. #LetterToMrPresident
— Uduak M. Etukudo (@XclusiveBaldie) May 31, 2015
To maintain law and order in the streets of our great nation, our cctv cameras must be operational n closed Marked #LetterToMrPresident
— Adeline Olanrewaju (@Enileda1) May 31, 2015
Universal basic health care with N500 annual contribution per family in the National Health Insurance Scheme(NHIS). #LetterToMrPresident
— No Rigging (@kesiena_G) May 31, 2015
— Abu Hashim (@zvyyvd) May 30, 2015
— Kuti Malik (@obamalik) May 30, 2015
Meawhile President Buhari has been attacked by Nigerians for referring to the chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, as “President Michelle” of “West Germany”.
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