President Muhammed Buhari will be live on NTA by 8 pm today for an exclusive interview. Nigerians are expecting a lot of things from the President and are keen to hear his interview with the Nigeria Television Authority.
Tomorrow is the Democracy Day celebration of our dear country and it's also very welcoming for the President to address some key issues that are relevant in our country as we are about to celebrate twenty-two years of being a democratic nation.
There are a lot of things to talk about concerning the country but the President will not finish everything in his interview with NTA but will certainly address some important National issues.
There are key things to look out for in the President's interview with NTA tonight, which are the things I will mention and discuss lightly in this article.
1. Update On Twitter Suspension:
The Federal Government has suspended Twitter operations in Nigeria for some days now and many people within and outside Nigeria are seriously reacting to the suspension, so the President may reveal when the suspension will be lifted or why the suspension will continue.
The President may even give Nigerians more substantial reasons why Twitter operations were suspended by his Government and what may necessitate the lift of the suspension.
2. Stands On June 12 Protest:
There Has been an underground plan by some Nigerians to embark on a nationwide protest tomorrow for the "Buhari Must Go" protest. The President may address or react to that in his interview with NTA tonight.
It's also important to note that some state governments have made it clear that anybody that is caught protest tomorrow will face the consequences of the law.
The President may tell Nigerians the orders that have been given to security operative as regards those who will still come out of the street to join the "Buhari Must Go" protest.
3. Update On New Security Initiatives:
The President will also react to the state of security of the nation as insecurity is the major obstacle that is facing his Government. The President may give a rundown of what he has done and what he will still do to change the security narrative of our country.
This is one thing every Nigerian will listen to because it's is a general problem facing almost every state in the country.
Dear readers, what other things do you think the President will address in his interview tonight?
Kindly drop your comments below.
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