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|Who Can Solve Nigeria's Corruption? The People Or The Government? by Totfulguy: 12:43pm On Feb 07, 2017|
I have seen countries where strong, honest leaders have risen and solved the challenges of their nations. In other instances the people have changed corrupt leadership and insisted on probity and transparency. Who can solve Nigeria's current political and moral depravity? I will like to have your honest contribution? Is leadership the problem or followership?
|Re: Who Can Solve Nigeria's Corruption? The People Or The Government? by tietie85(m): 2:26pm On Feb 07, 2017|
both the leaders and the followers,the day people start seeing government appointment as a call to serve and not to enrich themselves,that is when Nigeria will start getting better,and also we the masses should stop using the problem of the country to enrich themselves,everything is already on the high side and when you ask they will tell u its dollar.
|Re: Who Can Solve Nigeria's Corruption? The People Or The Government? by Horus(m): 2:35pm On Feb 07, 2017|
The Government in Nigeria is the innocent mirror of the nation. The quality of government and its leaders, is simply a reflection of the collective consciousness of all the people in Nigeria. In some instances, leaders who came to power as the champions of anti-corruption have themselves been charged with being involved with levels of corruption even more serious than those of their predecessors. If the collective consciousness in Nigeria is disintegrated and negative, and people are not behaving in accord with Natural Law, then problems and corruption will be an unavoidable phenomenon of government. If, on the other hand, the collective consciousness in Nigeria is positive, integrated, and coherent, then the government will not be influenced by any negativity. If the people in Nigeria wish to be protected from corruption in government, then they must create an integrated collective consciousness. Positivity and harmony should be so strong and dense in national consciousness that negative influences cannot penetrate it.
|Re: Who Can Solve Nigeria's Corruption? The People Or The Government? by Blue3k(m): 2:57pm On Feb 07, 2017|
Government are man of people in the society. I say that because as later George Carlin said it best. These guys don't decend from heaven to rule you. They are same people you went to school with.
Yes a good set of rules will make them act better. People have to pressure governments. I think there's more to it but I don't feel like making post to long.
|Re: Who Can Solve Nigeria's Corruption? The People Or The Government? by 18SNVL: 3:16pm On Feb 07, 2017|
|Re: Who Can Solve Nigeria's Corruption? The People Or The Government? by Nobody: 3:19pm On Feb 07, 2017|
The solution is not mutually exclusive. Both the people and government.
However, it is the people who must first see the need to fight corruption by selecting/voting the candidate whom they deem fit will fulfill their aspiration.
It is also the responsibility of the people to keep the elected in checks through peaceful protests,violent revolution(if & when necessary, referendum, recall and/or impeachment through the elected legislators.
|Re: Who Can Solve Nigeria's Corruption? The People Or The Government? by Totfulguy: 3:52pm On Feb 07, 2017|
Nigerians have been hoping for that day for a long time. And that day will NEVER come because hope is not a strategy. It will only come if there's a strategy in place to make it happen and definite steps in the right direction. Merely looking forward to that day will NEVER cut it.
|Re: Who Can Solve Nigeria's Corruption? The People Or The Government? by Horus(m): 11:10pm On Feb 08, 2017|
Why are you so pessimistic?. Is pessimism a strategy to fight corruption?
|Re: Who Can Solve Nigeria's Corruption? The People Or The Government? by seribroo56(m): 12:01am On Feb 09, 2017|
Horus:I don't think he is being pessimistic, he is only saying the truth, Hope actually is not a strategy, 90 percent of the problems in Nigeria are intensionally made and only deliberate and calculated effort in the right direction will get us out of this mess
|Re: Who Can Solve Nigeria's Corruption? The People Or The Government? by Totfulguy: 8:16am On Feb 09, 2017|
He is not seeing the strategy in my remark. Poster is of the "My-year-of-explosive-prosperity", and "My-year-of exponential-economic-abundance-and-supernatural-catapult" group. Who are optimistic at the start of the year courtesy of the promises of flamboyant and superfluous "men of god" who jazz them up in January and give them HOPE. December comes and nothing has happened. And he goes thru the cycle year after year and is still "optimistic". Pessimists like myself know that if you do nothing promises and hopes will not give you results. We go to work and we are better for it. We DO SOMETHING and God blesses the effort. Nigeria is like a plane that has lost altitude and is in a free fall. If the pilot HOPES and is OPTIMISTIC that something will happen without DOING something, the plane will crash. Nigeria will crash if the people do not wake up from their slumber. We are a SLEEPING country. The problem with leadership is its sleeping population. "We the people" can make the government sit up IF WE DO SOMETHING. IF WE DONT sell our voice over vain promises. If WE say ENOUGH of the corruption it will stop. They (government) are not more than US. They are working against US. They divide us so they can RULE us. We have been so mentally deflated and dis-empowered that we dont even have the will or ability to speak for ourselves.
|Re: Who Can Solve Nigeria's Corruption? The People Or The Government? by seribroo56(m): 9:05am On Feb 09, 2017|
Totfulguy:very true, what we need is a visionary leader and truth be told I don't see anyone like that in the two major parties(since Nigerians have reduced their choices to only those two) what a shame
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