A transformation agenda that would be sustainable and taken seriously as against all previous efforts must be anchored on an agenda that shows understanding of the plight of Nigerians and sensitivity to their dreams and hopes. When they see this happening and perceive that even public programs and public officers organize their work around a truly transformative agenda, they will provide full endorsement. The effects would grow, influence loyalty and patriotism, drive production, and shape socio-political engagements. This will be visible to the world and attract support, resources, investors, investments, friends and endorsements for our collective national project. This, in my view, is how a true and serious transformation agenda should go. We do not have a lot of time. The time to start is yesterday.