The conditioning of the vast variety of Nigerians is to be suffer-heads, too many of us are way too used to suffering that it has becoming something of an acceptable standard. 2015 was the first time I voted, then I just turned 18 and was hyped to fulfill my patriotic duties by electing a worthy leader, but I was caught at a crossroad between choosing one in the devil and the deep blue sea. This time around, I’m not even bothering myself about the elections cause, i mean it’s just the same darn routine; An animal in human skin taking power. Mediocrity looms at large in our endowed nation, but in my opinion our biggest problem which I feel is the root to all others has and always will be illiteracy. Not just going to school getting a degree and saying I’m educated, illiteracy also extends to our socio-economics, prejudice towards diversities, and then you also consider that in the country, it’s the rich vs the poor (Middle-Class and lower in our case). So as to why people only talk but exhibit no action, I hope you can find one or two reasons from what I said above. #ThisIsNigeria where over 90% of the population can’t afford the National Football team kit.
This is nice . Well done
Apt:ok_hand: but this table u are shaking am on it all
This is a beautiful piece, keep it up girlll💕
This is beautifully written, wow!
@Derek_Sylvans Wonderful!! This does justice to my article. I’m 18 and I feel the exact same way. It’s an initial hype that fades as time goes on. Thank you for taking out time to share your opinion.
Last Last we go dey alright . Love it
Amazing write up✨
Hit the nail right on head! Well done!
This is solid, I feel you.
Glad I could be of help, I hope you never lose your zeal to fight for what is right in our blessed but suppressed country.
Typical Mabo Duke. Delivery flawless. Wonderful piece. Keep it up.