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Parents Whose Children Are On Strike Are Still Supporting Their Oppressors by ImDStar: 4:57pm On Apr 30
Should we say many Nigerians brain needs readjustment or should we say Nigerians are created to naturally suffer?

No Politician including the VC's of federal government institutions have their kids in Nigeria school, but here you see parents whose children are denied basic education shouting and ready to die in support of the same people oppressing them.

The same thing goes to the so called educated youths, it's only in Nigeria that people are proud and boasting of suffering, should we call it mental illness or slavery.

What should we call this?
What actually is the problem?

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Re: Parents Whose Children Are On Strike Are Still Supporting Their Oppressors by MadamVanessa(f): 4:59pm On Apr 30
shocked




The stupidity and foolishness of most Nigerians is inherently ingrained in their DNA.

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Re: Parents Whose Children Are On Strike Are Still Supporting Their Oppressors by fernandoc(m): 5:01pm On Apr 30
Nigeria problem too big
Re: Parents Whose Children Are On Strike Are Still Supporting Their Oppressors by Olaleyeabdullah(m): 5:46pm On Apr 30
Funny
Re: Parents Whose Children Are On Strike Are Still Supporting Their Oppressors by ekineme(m): 5:47pm On Apr 30
Nigerians love suffering and smiling, I was surprised the way people are attacking Dr.chris Ngige the minister of labour, and The education minister Nwajiuba chukwuma for purchasing a 100m presidential form.
But same Nigerian are even supporting Osibanjo that couldn't make any impact nor at least talk sense into his boss to find a lasting solution to the on going strike.
Same APC government that has woefully failed in all their promises that made Nigerian to bring them to power and even asked Nigerians to stone them if they fail to deliver.
Instead of gathering stone to grant them their wish whenever they come to campaign again we are busy chasing shadows.

IMHO, Osibanjo, Dr. Chris Ngige, Nwajiuba chukwuma and everyone of them that has anything to do with the present Government has no business coming out to solicit for vote because it's loud enough for the deaf and clear for the blind to see that they have nothing tangible to offer.
Re: Parents Whose Children Are On Strike Are Still Supporting Their Oppressors by ImDStar: 7:43pm On Apr 30
ekineme:
Nigerians love suffering and smiling, I was surprised the way people are attacking Dr.chris Ngige the minister of labour, and The education minister Nwajiuba chukwuma for purchasing a 100m presidential form.
But same Nigerian are even supporting Osibanjo that couldn't make any impact nor at least talk sense into his boss to find a lasting solution to the on going strike.
Same APC government that has woefully failed in all their promises that made Nigerian to bring them to power and even asked Nigerians to stone them if they fail to deliver.
Instead of gathering stone to grant them their wish whenever they come to campaign again we are busy chasing shadows.

IMHO, Osibanjo, Dr. Chris Ngige, Nwajiuba chukwuma and everyone of them that has anything to do with the present Government has no business coming out to solicit for vote because it's loud enough for the deaf and clear for the blind to see that they have nothing tangible to offer.

What then is been the problem?

Is that Nigerians see's suffering as a way of building survival skills?

You will hear people saying Nigerians can survive in any country so far he he's surviving here.

Why do Nigerians see's suffering as their birthright?
Re: Parents Whose Children Are On Strike Are Still Supporting Their Oppressors by ImDStar: 8:13am On May 04
How can we salvage the situation in this country.

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