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Nigeria and her sad realities.

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Nigeria is the country with the largest population in africa and perhaps one of the countries with the highest number of youths,a country blessed with different kinds of mineral resources,the seventh (7) largest producer of oil in the world,a country where her citizens who are supposed to be celebrated are being locked all over the globe as a result of bad leaders who are tribalistic,greedy and above all wicked in every corner. Leaders in some developed countries of the world serve,they render services to the people whom they are serving but here in Nigeria they reverse is the case ,instead of them to serve,the electorates are always the one to do so, during electioneering campaigns, these same set of tribalistic and nepotistic men come to deceive people,they make all sorts of promise to people,they tell the people all sorts of things which in Europe are obtainable but here in Nigeria it is not,imagine telling someone you would build roads if elected as the governor of a state or a senator representing a constituency. In 21st century the country Nigeria can't even boast of 12 hours supply of electricity. In Europe and the western world at large, having taken my time to listen to their electioneering campaign promises,I haven't for once seen or even heard their politicians say they would construct roads or they would generate electricity instead all they do is to make promises on creating of jobs,making the world a better place by reducing the pace at which the ozone layers are being degraded or depleted,they spend so much time on talking or having debates centered in green house and how to bring in engines that wouldn't be making use of petrols but something else which along the line won't be as bad as the petroleum intrrms of conserving the environment and making the earth an almost a place devoid of harmful substance such as polluted air which inturn causes heart and lungs damage. But in Nigeria the same exact words they have been using since 1960 after independence is what they are still using up to this very day.they come with the promises of road constructions,light and bla bla bla which are just to deceive the populace at the end of the day.

During elections you would see these Con men as I call stoop so low to eating with them, going to the market place to campaign and in the process they begin to identify themselves with the traders,come to the church and give a life history of once being the person who served God the most during his youthful days,these Con men are extremely rediculous.but the moment the whole issue of elections are over you see them tear gasing and carrying security guards for those same people whom they went to in order to solicit for votes.You begin to see only their convoy and not their physical presence again,these Con men have mastered the game of deception just like one time best seller in the United States of america in the person of james hardly chase would always say. When you think they have your Common good at their hearts,they show you with that actions that you are really worthless. In the good old days not literally that those days were good but because they were better compared to what is obtainable now. The policies of government was good then unlike like the present government that has drove away tens and hundred of investors away with their negligence. Before getting a job after school was not much a big deal,as families competed to have their younger ones sent to school as they know that getting a job after school and making wealth inorder to give back and help those who made it happen wouldn't be much of a problem. Today if you don't have a godfather then remove your mind from securing a job except you have God who would inturn perform miracles. My friend would say to me "bro if after all these suffering and one from Nigeria does not make heaven then know that God is not a just God as the book of the prophetess says,lol but it could be the sad Truth,another of my friend would say that Nigeria is seven kilometers away from hell fire,lols it's just too much.

A country that is blessed with petroleum but can't not boast of having a single working refinery since after independence. May God help us!.

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