Stay back and fight against injustice and corruption for a better Nigeria


Stay back and fight against injustice and corruption for a better Nigeria

Nigeria would have been much better if those that ran away to seek for greener pastures abroad had remained in Nigeria and fought against bad leadership and corrupt politicians.

How long will our people be persecuted abroad, murdered, killed on the high seas on their way to Europe or executed in Asia for drug related issues whether based on false accusation or not?

Our leaders know they can do anything and get away with doing them that is why they can rig their way to power, accumulate so much wealth that they will just stash away somewhere and receive titles in return from the same people that ought to have ostracized and punished them.

So, things are difficult and you had to travel abroad so that the die hard Nigerians will fight the system and create a near perfect system for you when you return in future for you and your children to come and enjoy?

Stay back and fight against injustice, corruption, bad leadership, nepotism etc and collectively we will wake up and see a better Nigeria where things will be done on merit, where justice will be the norm, where peace and unity will no be lip service and we will all win.

I fight against all sorts of negative things wherever I find myself even though some may see my actions as being confrontational but in the end I am happy because I have never bowed to injustice and will never bow to corruption and wickedness.

If you do the little you can do and I do the little I can do we will achieve a whole lot more than I can achieve when you take the easy way out by traveling abroad.

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