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|Open Letter To Nigeria Youths. by fankasibe: 10:18am On Dec 24, 2013|
;-(;-(Dear Nigeria youths,
In 1985, IBB was the president of Nigeria and our teachers told us that Buhari was the former Head of state. Our teacher also called us "the leaders of tomorrow" 27 years later, IBB and Buhari are still contesting for Presidency. Its either our teacher lied to us about being the leaders of tomorrow. Or tomorrow is yet to come. Who's fooling who? In 1983, Bamanga Tukur was the Governor of the defunct Gongola State (now Adamawa & Taraba) and 30 years later, he is today the Chairman of the ruling Party, The PDP; Dr. Bello Halliru was commissioner in the Old Sokoto State (now Sokoto, Kebbi & Zamfara) and 33 years after he is today Minister of Defence; Major General David Mark(rtd) was the military governor of Niger State in 1984 and 28years later he is today the Senate President; Gov. Murtala Nyako was the governor of Niger State in 1976 and 36years later he is today the Governor of Adamawa State; Ogbonnaya Onu was governor of Abia State in 1992 and 20years after he is today the National Chairman of ANPP; Gov. David Jonah Jang was the governor of Benue State in 1985 and 27years after he is today the governor of plateau state; and Martins Elechi the Ebonyi State Governor is over 80 years old! Only in Nigeria is this possible, where the youth of today have no hope into the future! From strike in health sector, to the labour, to judiciary, to Education and today our students are home lavishing! Let Nigerian youth come to an alliance and fight for the unborn. We can't continue like this. Pass it to everyone if you believe in the NIGERIA DREAM. Let’s tell them ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! SHARE this till they see it. It’s a good place to start... What do u think?
PDP= People Decieving People.
APC= Association of Past Crimes.
These leaders aren't serious at all, they are all thesame set of people in various parties, what they all want is power in 2015 and they careless about what the Masses want.
|Re: Open Letter To Nigeria Youths. by misteri: 10:31am On Dec 24, 2013|
The mind of angry nigerian youths.
|Re: Open Letter To Nigeria Youths. by zionic(m): 10:54am On Dec 24, 2013|
All i can contribute is this : We need a "Jerry Rollings"in Nigeria
|Re: Open Letter To Nigeria Youths. by emperorchedda(m): 11:58am On Dec 24, 2013|
zionic: All i can contribute is this : We need a "Jerry Rawlings"in Nigeria
|Re: Open Letter To Nigeria Youths. by fankasibe: 1:07pm On Dec 24, 2013|
misteri: The mind of angry nigerian youths.guess u ar related to a corrupt politician.
|Re: Open Letter To Nigeria Youths. by NosoChic: 2:26pm On Dec 24, 2013|
Truth be Told, the much awaited tomorrow is yet to come in Nigeria.
It may never come with the trend of things happening.
We have chosen to watch and not act, so we will continue to watch while these people gamble with our future.
|Re: Open Letter To Nigeria Youths. by jamace(m): 4:51pm On Dec 24, 2013|
That is the more reason every youth should support GEJ who is silently kicking those old cargoes out of relevance.
|Re: Open Letter To Nigeria Youths. by misteri: 10:43am On Dec 25, 2013|
Please, don't get me wrong. I meant the OP is speaking what is in our mind. As nigerian youths, we are all angry at the state of things in our country. I am TOTALLY against corruption in all forms and mind you, I'm not in any way related to any corrupt politician. If I have any such relative, I would have killed him/her a long time ago.
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