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Happy Nigeria Independence -48 Years, What Are You Hopes For Our Country by femigirl(f): 9:27pm On Oct 01, 2008
Happy independence day to all my country people. What are your dreams and hopes for our dear country?

Would the forefathers of Nigeria be proud of were we are?
Re: Happy Nigeria Independence -48 Years, What Are You Hopes For Our Country by kenflipper(m): 2:36am On Oct 02, 2008
Certainly Nigeria have failed as a country and as a people. The leaders have deviated from the goals of our forefathers, I am sure our forefathers looking down at us are wishing they had allowed the brits to stay a little longer. However the goodnews is that all hopes arent lost!, there is light at the end of the tunnel. What is happening in Nigeria is worst than a recession or depress and liken to a failed state. Hard work and sacrifice is one way out!!!. Doing the right thing is another step in the right direction. Nigerian youths out numbers the old hunters. We should begin the process of rallying for the next election and ensure that among the candidate to emerge, we choose the one that mostly share our vision and ideals. Secondly we need to vote out those senators that arent represent our views those who get to the house and forget the mandate and mission of the people.

Believe more in Hardwork and miracles, yeah!, hardwork does pays and miracles does happen if our hearts are open to receive it.

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Re: Happy Nigeria Independence -48 Years, What Are You Hopes For Our Country by igbogolo: 10:51am On Oct 02, 2008
@ all
morning everyone!
As we reflect on the future of our country, lets not forget that the developed countries paid a price for their independence and freedom. In most cases, this price was paid with blood.
we cannot sit and think that the greedy politicians we have masquerading as politicians will let go of the largesse they enjoy from power without a fight. to make our country great again, we all have to recognise that nothing good comes easy and must therefore be prepared to pay the price when the time comes.

Thank you and have a great day everyone!
Re: Happy Nigeria Independence -48 Years, What Are You Hopes For Our Country by kenflipper(m): 4:54pm On Oct 02, 2008
While i may agree with, i disagree on the type of fight we need at this age.
Blood fight now will be disastrous to the nation and would neither benefit the country for good or the people. We dont wanna experience what liberia experience where peoples hands and legs are chopped off and left as cripples. What we need is to change our minds into battle fields. Yeah, let our minds do the battle. We could mobilize to vote out the rogues, Yes results can be stolen but overwhelming victories are difficult to overturn, So lets make it difficult for them. And we shouldnt always think of the presidencial election as our sole responsibilities, the local govt chairmanship, senators and governorship elections are more important to us cos' they are the closest to us. If we put the right people there with the right attitude they can checkmate the president thereby giving us better result and the local govt. chairmen and governors are responsible for our day to day local development not Mr. President. Plus dont forget we have one of the strongest military in Africa, which could crack the Niger Delta if they had wanted to, they are only showing brother love, because they themselves understand that d situation there is a shame on the Nigerian govt.
Re: Happy Nigeria Independence -48 Years, What Are You Hopes For Our Country by jacq(f): 6:33pm On Oct 02, 2008
I wish for Nigeria a gopod goverment.
Re: Happy Nigeria Independence -48 Years, What Are You Hopes For Our Country by Deltayankeeboi: 10:49am On Jun 28, 2020
kenflipper:
While i may agree with, i disagree on the type of fight we need at this age.
Blood fight now will be disastrous to the nation and would neither benefit the country for good or the people. We dont wanna experience what liberia experience where peoples hands and legs are chopped off and left as cripples. What we need is to change our minds into battle fields. Yeah, let our minds do the battle. We could mobilize to vote out the rogues, Yes results can be stolen but overwhelming victories are difficult to overturn, So lets make it difficult for them. And we shouldnt always think of the presidencial election as our sole responsibilities, the local govt chairmanship, senators and governorship elections are more important to us cos' they are the closest to us. If we put the right people there with the right attitude they can checkmate the president thereby giving us better result and the local govt. chairmen and governors are responsible for our day to day local development not Mr. President. Plus dont forget we have one of the strongest military in Africa, which could crack the Niger Delta if they had wanted to, they are only showing brother love, because they themselves understand that d situation there is a shame on the Nigerian govt.


Unfortunately,
12 years has gone down the drain and nothing has changed We have even gone from bad to "worst"

Everything is just wrong with Nigeria.

What really happened to the once promising giant of Africa.

God SAFE us.

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