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Nigerians Should Not Expect CHANGE In Nigeria, On Their Doorsteps Via DHL Delivery


Nigerians Should Not Expect CHANGE In Nigeria, On Their Doorsteps Via DHL Delivery

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June 20, 2015 – Nigerians Should Not Expect CHANGE In Nigeria, On Their Doorsteps Via DHL Delivery

There is no world of Utopia-and Nigeria is no exception. The earlier we Nigerians begin to realise the CHANGE that we are all earnestly craving for, will NEVER come to our doorsteps via DHL delivery, the better and the wiser we will all become in future. Change can only come to us, if we as individuals, especially the youth of this nation start to take some actions by having their destinies in their own hands and through their actions CHANGE would occur.

Let us compare some of the past countries that have had revolution/CHANGE in their governance i.e Egypt,Libya and Burkina Faso –we will see that they all have one thing in common the “Will-power of the people”.

The late Thomas Sankara once said; “You cannot carry out fundamental CHANGE without a certain amount of madness”.

The late M.K.O Abiola also said; “No new born baby is born without seeing blood”.

The late Fela Anikulapo –Kuti also stated…. in one of his songs “suffering and smiling” that Nigerians, love to suffer and smile, Fela went on to describe the character of the average Nigerian-which he described as very timid…according to Fela,when you ask an average Nigerian to stage a protest he would say.. “I no wan die now, my mama dey for house my papa dey for house- I wan build house I no wan quench”. This unfortunately is the mindset of an average Nigerian.

So until the youths and the entire oppressed populace of this great nation called Nigeria, begin to say “NO” to bad leadership and governance, and also be ready to lay down our lives for CHANGE! that change we all yearn for, will continue to elude us. Hence the likes of Bukola Saraki,Babaginda,Abdul Salam

Abubakar,Obasanjo and the rest of these corrupt cabals will continue to rule us through; usurping power thus denying us our God given rights as individuals.

Let the youths and concerned oppressed Nigerian begin to form opposition rallies and stage protests-let us all allow our voices to be heard .That is the CHANGE that will CHANGE Nigeria for good rather than us expecting CHANGE by DHL delivery on our doorsteps.

Buhari,has good intentions for this country but-he cannot do this CHANGE agenda alone, especially with Saraki, as the senate president. I totally agree with the assertions of Prof Pat Utomi that the PDP have completely hijacked the CHANGE agenda from APC and Buhari.(No thanks to Bukola Saraki and his corrupt gang).

The question that should be on everyone’s lips is this; what are we doing as individuals to CHANGE this country?

God bless Nigeria!
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  1. Larry Mbong

    June 20, 2015 at 6:03 AM

    Well said at author, change is the responsibility of every citizen not just one person

  2. Gbenga Osunade

    June 20, 2015 at 6:23 AM

    obasanjo is d problem in this party

  3. Jovim

    June 20, 2015 at 7:32 AM

    Good message for wise people, ododo oro.

  4. kevin

    June 20, 2015 at 11:48 AM

    This bad eggs that have ruled and failed nigeria must all Die before nigeria can change for good, as far as this bad eggs are still at the corner side ruling nigeria, sorry for the dear nation and the citizens..

  5. Prophet Gbenga Rotimi "KINI IWO NFE"

    June 20, 2015 at 1:18 PM

    Nigeria, will surely better and even if this present administative did not fulfill their vows for nigerians, the Lord is going to liberate nigeria.

  6. Bati ola

    June 20, 2015 at 4:13 PM

    Well said. For example I learnt that NYSC members are being paid 1500 transport allowance to report at their state of assignments. Some travel from Lagos to Sokoto that cost thousands of Naira and nobody, not even NYSC members or student union leaders say a word to protest. Instead of putting Buhari and the elective members on their toes, Nigerians and Nigeria press focus on Tinubu and Jonathan. In advanced democracy, elective members not party officers are the spokesperson for Government. But in Nigeria when anything goes wrong in the Government, press men will go to Tinibu and Lai Mohammed for answers. As a result, elected officials continue to steal without any one asking questions.

  7. Lekelee

    June 20, 2015 at 9:24 PM

    That’s the problem nigerian are facing,is like to tuface song that go like this nobody wan die but dem wan go heaven… We should all stand up and stand for our right as a citizen. We don’t want to die but we keep lossing friends and family, they are dying everyday if not bomb it will be road accident or lack of proper medical attention.yoruba people we say tita riro la ko ila to je ina adi follow nigerian youth let us standup and said no to all this bad leadership because if we don’t standup now our unborn children we ask us questions and what are we going to tell them…

  8. Jilo

    June 20, 2015 at 10:42 PM

    Transformation in Nigeria should be a joint task by every Nigeria not on the government part alone and that is a fact. To be honest with you folks all these turnover will come to our door step as a delivery Pizza. We all have to come with one voice and joint effort. The obligation lies with mostly with our youths. If we are really serious to turn things around in this Country it has to emanate from our youths but most of our youths have compromised their right and sold themselves cheaply to our politicians because of money. Nigerians youths fold their arms and watch their future draining away without a little bit of resistance to save it from collapsing. If you observe around the World, the youths are the ones that always effect the change against a government or a political system. Arab spring that started from Tunisia, Morrocco, Egypt was set off by the youths. Another obstacle to the change in this Country is our academicians, those who will tell you that they have all degrees in this world yet, there is nothing to show for it. Actually they have all these PHD’s but they have failed to use it to effect changes in their Country of birth. I’m really disappointed at Ngozi Iweala for her contribution in how our money is being drawn away under her watch and pretend as if nothing serious has happened. She later agreed that only $20 billion was missing after Sanusi blew the whistle on this. This is an individual who was once a Havard alumnus and former Vice President of World bank who worked meritoriously for IMF but when it was time for her to use her knowledge in her country of birth she connived with the Cabals and encourage his friends and cronies to steal from poor people just because she wants to belong to the group of cult people. She will never have tried that when she was at the World bank because she knew she will be dealt with. Now folks, who is going to spearhead the change in this great Country Nigeria?.

  9. OmoKehinde

    June 21, 2015 at 12:50 AM

    I still believe strongly that President Buhari is fully committed to actualize all the promises he made to all Nigerian people before the presidential election of 2015. However, I fully agreed with the writer that Nigerian people should rise up, rally, act, and hold all our criminal politicians accountable for their embezzlement, disgraceful furniture/walldrobe allowances while millions of states workers are yet to receive two to three months of their monthly salaries, and so many of their corrupt and criminal behaviors at all levels of government. We must give this president some time to put things in place for the good of all Nigerian people. PMB is not a miracle worker that will deliver positive change at our door steps because Nigeria as a nation has been rubbished, shattered, and badly damaged by many criminal military and civilian leaders within the last thirty years. However, I will say that I am highly disappointed that PMB has not yet fired or retired all the Service Chiefs that worked with the past administration; the IGP, Director of Custom and Immigration that served former president Jonathan are still holding their positions in this administration. I think that is a bad sign,and PMB must act very fast. The political coup by senator Bukola Saraki committed against his APC members and PMB agenda is as a result of his slow move to put things right.I hope that PMB will not allow repetition of what happened to his government in 1983 when Ibrahim Babangida overthrown his govt. even with many warning signs from high ranking officers about Babangida evil agenda. President Buhari should act fast before his administration is fully high jack by people like Saraki. If he refuses to move fast against the enemies of Nigerian destiny and progress, they will rubbish his agenda and PMB will be a one term president.

  10. Grace

    June 21, 2015 at 4:52 PM

    Nigeria must rise to free the country from money harassment, kidnappers and armrobbers so as not to scare visitors tourist to ever visit Nigeria. People are too scared to come to Nigeria because of these criminals.

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