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Discussing The Diseases Of Nigeria At 60. by Remoter: 1:59pm On Oct 01, 2020
I salute all fellow compatriots. Our country is 60!. While the government is agog with the euphoria of the attained age, some old folks are delighted seeing the extent of the journey made so far.

Has anyone ever imagine what is feeling like in the minds of the younger generations?.

If not mistaken, absolutely, it is regret, dejection, hopelessness and complete loss of trust.

Obviously, Nigeria is sick at 60. What are these diseases like?

Maladministration
High level nepotism
Monumental organised corruption
Financially Overburdened state
Uneven distribution of wealth
Weak/failed institutions
Oppression
Poverty
Lack of transparency and accountability
Weak forces

How did we all get here?
How do we engineer a steady drift that's capable of visualising the desired realignment?
What are the available options for the concerned citizens.

May the labour of our Hero's past shall never be in vain.

Amen.

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