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@60 Nigeria is not yet Independent by constancefriday(m): 12:06am On Oct 01, 2020
For 60 years we've been unable to unite ourselves.
For 60 years the common man cannot get justice from the court when faced with injustice/oppression.
For 60 years where you come from or which godfather's butt you kiss is more important than what you can do/what you're capable of doing at some places where employment is advertised.
At 60 years, my Neighbours still shout up Nepa! while we're broadcasting in the RLGC studios.
At 60 years religion still divides us, People say God forbid when able bodied Folks from different tribes propose love/marriage to them.
At 60 years NDDC has just been looted silly and stupid.
The list goes on.
I don't want to tell us lies here.
At 60 Nigeria is not yet fit to be called a Country.
Call me unpatriotic if you wish but look at the recent events and you'll agree with me.
Even my colleagues in what is meant to be a clean business fight dirty because we're in Nigeria.
Nevertheless, let us Thank GOD for Peace. We still have a lot of dedicated work to do.
I'm neither for nor against any politician/political group. My view/opinion is candid, neutral and crystal clear. There's hope sha.
All hope isn't lost. Pray for your Leaders/Rulers.
Cheers!
May God Help us. Amen.

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Re: @60 Nigeria is not yet Independent by jrjfjfj: 2:34am On Oct 01, 2020
What is there to celebrate
$1=N400
Bad Roads
Erratic and unstable power supply
Increase in fuel price
Brutal police killings
Terrorism,banditry,boko haram
economic hardship, crashed economy
Hunger
Bribery and corruption
Tribalism
Nepotism
Favoritism
Injustice
Bad economy
Bad leaders since 1960,since the whites left us
Arm robbery,kidnapping,prostitution
Bad international image and reputation
Lack of good drinking water
Chronic poverty
No free education
Bigotry
Lack of infrastructures
Owing salaries of pensioners and civil servants
Bad healthcare system
No freedom of speech
Religious extremism
Over dependence on oil since 1958.We are not independent we just changed our oppressors from whites to black .what a shame for the supposed giant of a africa being turned to the ant of africa,suffering and smiling. Some people still believe in this shithole but A fool at 60 is an eternal fool,No remedy.Happy suffering day
Re: @60 Nigeria is not yet Independent by ademchij: 3:30am On Aug 03
constancefriday:
For 60 years we've been unable to unite ourselves.
For 60 years the common man cannot get justice from the court when faced with injustice/oppression.
For 60 years where you come from or which godfather's butt you kiss is more important than what you can do/what you're capable of doing at some places where employment is advertised.
At 60 years, my Neighbours still shout up Nepa! while we're broadcasting in the RLGC studios.
At 60 years religion still divides us, People say God forbid when able bodied Folks from different tribes propose love/marriage to them.
At 60 years NDDC has just been looted silly and stupid.
The list goes on.
I don't want to tell us lies here.
At 60 Nigeria is not yet fit to be called a Country.
Call me unpatriotic if you wish but look at the recent events and you'll agree with me.
Even my colleagues in what is meant to be a clean business fight dirty because we're in Nigeria.
Nevertheless, let us Thank GOD for Peace. We still have a lot of dedicated work to do.
I'm neither for nor against any politician/political group. My view/opinion is candid, neutral and crystal clear. There's hope sha.
All hope isn't lost. Pray for your Leaders/Rulers.
Cheers!
May God Help us. Amen.

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