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Is Nigeria Beyond Redemption? Which Way Nigeria! by irririchris(m): 1:20am On Jul 17, 2020
IS NIGERIA BEYOND REDEMPTION?
FOR ALL I SEE IN THE CURRENT CROP OF LEADERS are- (1) AVARICIOUSNESS (Excessive desire for more than one needs or deserves)
(2) NEPOTISM (the practice among those with power or influence of favoring relatives or friends, especially by giving them jobs)
(3) BIGOTRY (intolerance towards those who hold different opinions from oneself.)
(4) MEGALOMANIA- (a form of mental illness marked by delusions of greatness, wealth, or power.)
AND the list goes on and on....
Below is a youtube link of Sunny OKOSUN chanting praises of true Nigerians/Africans who stood and fought a good fight.

Sonny Okosun - African Soldiers
https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=e-0MJ0h02tA

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Re: Is Nigeria Beyond Redemption? Which Way Nigeria! by tj4luck: 1:49am On Jul 17, 2020
I'm sorry to shock you, it may not be redeemable. Sometimes I want to keep the hope alive but sometimes again when you look at what's happening in the country, the question comes to mind again?

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Re: Is Nigeria Beyond Redemption? Which Way Nigeria! by RIHMEEK(m): 1:56am On Jul 17, 2020
Honestly it's looking that way and if things continue going the same direction, we may as well put it on amazon,alibaba,eBay etc and give everyone his share to start a new life in nearby countries..

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Re: Is Nigeria Beyond Redemption? Which Way Nigeria! by Nobody: 1:59am On Jul 17, 2020
Together we Fall.
Divided we Rise.

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Re: Is Nigeria Beyond Redemption? Which Way Nigeria! by Chekitaut: 2:21am On Jul 17, 2020
Nigeria is a goes, don finish patapata, its unwarmable.

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Re: Is Nigeria Beyond Redemption? Which Way Nigeria! by pyyxxaro: 4:20am On Jul 17, 2020
Nothing can salvage this Country


Not in this Century

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Re: Is Nigeria Beyond Redemption? Which Way Nigeria! by allthingsgood: 4:41am On Jul 17, 2020
The sad thing is that every one is living under the illusion that leaders are the problem when in actual fact the leaders are just a reflection of the society

Almost all Nigerians are selfish, greedy and corrupt. Nobody has the country at heart. It's all about grabbing as much as I can, cheating others, lies, stealing, u name it.

Infact the cancer of wickedness is so perverse that if u live in Nigeria u have to actually make a deliberate effort not to be infected by greed and selfishness.

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Re: Is Nigeria Beyond Redemption? Which Way Nigeria! by allthingsgood: 4:43am On Jul 17, 2020
jerseyboy:
Together we Fall.
Divided we Rise.

Together we are all part of the problem. Go and see the way Nigerians drive,its appalling and reflects our true nature. Everyone is so concerned about themselves only, if u try to pass even if it's not their way they will rush to block u. The heart of Nigerians is full of wickedness and anger and greed

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Re: Is Nigeria Beyond Redemption? Which Way Nigeria! by Tranquillity360: 6:51am On Jul 17, 2020
The ZOO called nigeria is irredeemably.




Eziokwu Chineke.

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Re: Is Nigeria Beyond Redemption? Which Way Nigeria! by Nobody: 8:40am On Jul 17, 2020
allthingsgood:


Together we are all part of the problem. Go and see the way Nigerians drive,its appalling and reflects our true nature. Everyone is so concerned about themselves only, if u try to pass even if it's not their way they will rush to block u. The heart of Nigerians is full of wickedness and anger and greed

Together we bring out the very worst in each other. No one cares because Nigeria belongs to no one. It is a vehicle of convenience that will suffice for now.

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