Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 2,868,145 members, 6,883,274 topics. Date: Friday, 27 May 2022 at 08:08 AM

Nigerian Leaders, A Disgrace To This Generation - Adah Akay Micheal - Politics - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Politics / Nigerian Leaders, A Disgrace To This Generation - Adah Akay Micheal (355 Views)

Ugbaha Mohammed 'Dogo': Chief Cook Served 7 Past Nigerian Leaders, In Poverty / Anti-Open Grazing Law: Mansur Dan-Ali, A Disgrace To Democracy - Benue APC (2) (3) (4)

(1) (Reply)

Nigerian Leaders, A Disgrace To This Generation - Adah Akay Micheal by Julianneozor: 8:07pm On Jun 29, 2017
In the advent of recent talks about the restructuring and the political agitation by the south east under the leadership of Nnamdi Kanu’s movement for liberation of the Igbos to have a Biafran state, as well as demanding a referendum, it is evident that the position of the Federal government against the plight of the Biafrans holds less weight and Nigerian youths are not willing to let this political tussle ruin their future.

A concerned Facebook user has used the medium to question the government; he enjoins the federal government and the citizens on the need for a rethink in areas that most affect the core of the nation’s future.

The post reads:
“For how long are "we" the "Masses" going to continue financing the extravagant, luxurious, glamorous, fabulous lifestyles of the POLITICAL and SPIRITUAL leaders........A poor man understands the need to stop spending on things he doesn't need in other to sustain her/himself. Imagine if these leaders would stop spending on personal interest and do what they ought to do for the community.

Every national fund spent on a new car, a party, a new house, a luxurious vacation all at the expense of the gullible tax payers is directly robbing a child of his/her future.
Why will a country so rich, be so poor?
The abundance of resources has led to mismanagement and corruption
The so called "elites" have refused to educate the people on a massive scale and slow their acquisition of true knowledge (education isn't only gotten from the race to acquire a B.Sc. or any other degree, that's the illusion the system has created) they keep us in the dark because that's the only way they can control us.

Now answer this:

1.With Nigeria’s vast and fertile land can she successfully feed her people for less? If properly managed?

2: With her rich mineral resources can she solve the high rate of unemployment?

3: Can her citizens have a better health package?

4: As a nation can we truly be united (we have been marrying ourselves inter tribe Hausa/Igbo, Yoruba/Efik, Edo/tiv the list is endless. So think about it if we can go that far against all odds including persecution, then what/who/whom is STOPing us from coming together as one. United we stand, divided we fall.

5: The epileptic power supply we are facing, can it come to an end with the right people in power?

6: Can we break these religious barriers that are creating subconscious state of hate amongst us, acting as a tool for division and not unity, just because most leaders are interpreting the "WORD" according to how it will benefit them, passing judgement as they please?

7: Are some people or tribe claiming brotherhood to their kinsmen and not extending that same hand to the real brother who is Nigeria ?

8: Are we neglecting the real leaders of tomorrow by embracing Patriarchy and treating the opposite sex as second class citizen...Do the younger generation accept the feminine gender as their equals or someone is preaching superiority?

Whatever the case may be or even the answer, you will accept that there is something seriously wrong with the way our nation is being handled, something wrong with the way we think, something completely wrong with our future.

"But I believe it isn't too late to change something no matter how little.
So my good people look inward and see that the only prison there is, is the one you created for yourself.....Break those chains and be free".


Re: Nigerian Leaders, A Disgrace To This Generation - Adah Akay Micheal by Chikelue2000(m): 8:18pm On Jun 29, 2017
That's what I don't understand either, y must it be the masses that suffers directly or indirectly from government failed plans n policies. Just y?

(1) (Reply)

ECA Slams IBB Over Calls For Nigeria’s Restructuring / Apc And 5000 Naira Payment To Unemployed Youths / Lagos State Local Government Elections

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2022 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 41
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.