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|Goat And Yam (corruption) by SANCHEZH1(m): 8:59pm On Aug 01, 2016|
GOAT AND YAM I don't remember exactly how the saying goes but I will try...."if you put goat and yam together, the goat will eat yam". -one time president of Nigeria. The goat being Nigerian politicians, public office holders, and some 'ordinary' Nigerians. The yam being our wealth as a nation. The then president made it clear that stealing wasn't corruption. Now stealing is corruption and you know why I like the current administration?.....it has maintained its greatest objective......War against corruption. CORRUPTION corruption is a fundamental problem in Nigeria. Most of the problems we face in Nigeria today are derivatives of corruption, from poverty to malnutrition to terrorism to kidnapping to killing to prostitution to thugery......name it. Corruption is the genesis. Corruption is the underlying cause of bad transportation system, bad education system, bad security system (or insecurity), bad health services, bad electoral system, bad youth service system, bad insurance coverage, bad pension scheme, bad agricultural practices, bad opposition system, bad legislature, bad ministries, bad, bad, bad. The list is endless. A leader that wishes to fight corruption, rebuild the nation and instill discipline should be given total support. Although the masses feel the heat more but we should hold on and pray.
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