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Prof. Wole Soyinka Says, 'where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths! / 'where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths!'~~~ / Tinubu From Hero To ?? Where Did It All Go Wrong. (2) (3) (4)

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Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by TDonald: 7:11pm On Nov 12, 2014
Awolowo was (37), Akintola (36), Ahmadu Bello (36) Balewa (34) and
Okotie-Eboh (27), Enahoro (27) led the struggle for independence after
the death of Macaulay. Only Zik was 42 at the time. In 1966, the first
coup was led by: Kaduna Nzeogwu (29) and countered by Murtala
Mohammed (28), Theophilus Danjuma (28), Babangida (25), Nanven
Garba (23), Sani Abacha (23), Shehu Musa Yaradua (23), and brought
into power Gowon (32), Ojukwu (33), Obasanjo (29), Buhari (24). Most
of the military administrators who governed the states under the
successive military regimes, most of whom are governors now, were
under 30 years. The brief democratic dispensation which interjected the
military interregnums also saw the House of Representatives in particular
populated by majority of members under 30 years as well as some
senators. Under 30s were also not in short supply with appointments, we
have examples of MT Mbu who became foreign affairs minister at 23 and
Pat Utomi who became a presidential adviser at 27 and so on and so
forth. NOW: Why is it that this age bracket is today still sleeping in 3
seater chairs in their parents’ homes? Why is it that this age bracket is
today still collecting pocket money from their parents? Why is it that this
age bracket is today still writing JAMB? Why is it that this age bracket is
today still sagging their trousers? Why is it that this age bracket is today
still searching for jobs, not yet married? Why is it that this age bracket is
today no longer qualified to even be leaders of youth wings of political
parties? Why is it that this age bracket is today so docile? Why is it that
this age bracket is today still incapable of feeding itself? Why is it that
this age bracket is today barred by law from even aspiring to certain
political offices? Why is it that this age bracket is today incapacitated,
unwilling, unable and incapable of asking questions ? GOD BLESS
NIGERIA.

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Re: Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by TDonald: 6:43am On Jul 06, 2015
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Re: Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by TDonald: 2:38pm On Aug 14, 2017

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Re: Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by Partnerbiz3: 7:18am On Sep 29, 2017
They have refused to leave corridors of power naa..
Re: Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by Successdude(m): 10:27am On Mar 07, 2019
TDonald:
Awolowo was (37), Akintola (36), Ahmadu Bello (36) Balewa (34) and
Okotie-Eboh (27), Enahoro (27) led the struggle for independence after
the death of Macaulay. Only Zik was 42 at the time. In 1966, the first
coup was led by: Kaduna Nzeogwu (29) and countered by Murtala
Mohammed (28), Theophilus Danjuma (28), Babangida (25), Nanven
Garba (23), Sani Abacha (23), Shehu Musa Yaradua (23), and brought
into power Gowon (32), Ojukwu (33), Obasanjo (29), Buhari (24). Most
of the military administrators who governed the states under the
successive military regimes, most of whom are governors now, were
under 30 years. The brief democratic dispensation which interjected the
military interregnums also saw the House of Representatives in particular
populated by majority of members under 30 years as well as some
senators. Under 30s were also not in short supply with appointments, we
have examples of MT Mbu who became foreign affairs minister at 23 and
Pat Utomi who became a presidential adviser at 27 and so on and so
forth. NOW: Why is it that this age bracket is today still sleeping in 3
seater chairs in their parents’ homes? Why is it that this age bracket is
today still collecting pocket money from their parents? Why is it that this
age bracket is today still writing JAMB? Why is it that this age bracket is
today still sagging their trousers? Why is it that this age bracket is today
still searching for jobs, not yet married? Why is it that this age bracket is
today no longer qualified to even be leaders of youth wings of political
parties? Why is it that this age bracket is today so docile? Why is it that
this age bracket is today still incapable of feeding itself? Why is it that
this age bracket is today barred by law from even aspiring to certain
political offices? Why is it that this age bracket is today incapacitated,
unwilling, unable and incapable of asking questions ? GOD BLESS
NIGERIA.
hello bro, I want to confirm stuff. Did you just chat me up on WhatsApp ? The person mentioned your moniker.... It is best I know
Re: Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by TDonald: 10:53am On Mar 07, 2019
Successdude:
hello bro, I want to confirm stuff. Did you just chat me up on WhatsApp ? The person mentioned your moniker.... It is best I know

No i did not,

what number chatted with you.
Re: Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by twerkjack: 11:09am On Mar 07, 2019
They are online forming political commentators
Re: Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by Successdude(m): 12:04pm On Mar 07, 2019
TDonald:


No i did not,

what number chatted with you.

here's the screenshot...pls confirm

Re: Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by TDonald: 1:02pm On Mar 07, 2019
Successdude:
here's the screenshot...pls confirm

That's the chief Scammer of Nairaland, he goes about impersonating people's moniker, next time ask him to quote you on nairaland and see the story that he brings. You can also type that number on the nairaland search page and see results of his atrocities.

His name is Peter Enabulu


https://www.nairaland.com/search?q=08087820904&search=Search

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Re: Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by Successdude(m): 5:06pm On Mar 07, 2019
TDonald:


That's the chief Scammer of Nairaland, he goes about impersonating people's moniker, next time ask him to quote you on nairaland and see the story that he brings. You can also type that number on the nairaland search page and see results of his atrocities.

His name is Peter Enabulu


https://www.nairaland.com/search?q=08087820904&search=Search
.

U can imagine.. I just followed my instinct to be sure. Hmm OK...

Would u recommend me a good skrill seller
Re: Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by TDonald: 5:09pm On Mar 07, 2019
Successdude:
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U can imagine.. I just followed my instinct to be sure. Hmm OK...

Would u recommend me a good skrill seller

Visit this thread, i am sure there are reputable traders there

https://www.nairaland.com/3190496/currency-e-currency-market-deals/6824#3190496.218396

But always be on the safe side by using Escrow
Re: Where Did We Go Wrong? Wake Up Nigerian Youths by Ouzidi77(m): 5:30am On Apr 12, 2019
Tdonald I saw ur comment on a post about scooper app.. I like to get more details.. 08034381977..

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