Enough of this corruption excuse!


Enough of this corruption excuse!

There is corruption everywhere including the so called developed nations yet their countries are not as dysfunctional as Nigeria.

We need to stop using corruption as a one size fits all excuse for the way things are in Nigeria.

How about blaming our political leaders and government officials for not being intelligent enough, knowledgeable enough, experienced enough, dedicated enough, honest enough in the discharge of their duties?

We see unqualified and incompetent people being given responsibilities their brains can neither understand nor handle yet we expect things to work.

I ask again, why can't we provide stable electricity in Nigeria? It is not difficult to generate, transmit and distribute electricity assuming we do not want to go the way of distributed energy generation where all the problems and excuses associated with the transmission and distribution companies will be dealt a decisive blow?

The fact that the regions and states that allow for extremely low cut offs when it comes to national exams have produced the highest number of presidents and heads of state should make you understand why things are the way they are.

There is no problem in Nigeria that is either new or strange but unfortunately overwhelming majority of the people that have been elected, appointed, imposed etc to oversee our affairs appear to be using 20th century skills and knowledge to be solving 21st century challenges and problems.

Stop blaming corruption please and call the incompetent people incompetent!

Share on

 


 

You may also like... Return home if you feel you are targeted... Nigeria will heal when a genuine truth and... Competition drives innovation You know that corruption and poverty are winning... Avoiding Domain Name Registration mistakes Justice for Sankara? Ex-president wanted over killing of... It is not the job of the NSA... Concerning Tinted Vehicle Glass – All You Need... The consequences of your actions are yours to... Beyond likes or dislikes for APC we should...
Latest Articles Distributed energy generation remains the solution to our power problems Ndigbo are not the type of people you blackmail into supporting anything The consequences of your actions are yours to face and bear June 12 public holiday is not the same thing as May 30 sit at home order Relocating without restructuring and resource control amounts to losing both the economic and political war without a single shot being fired Our leaders should stop destroying the Chinese spirit in Nigerians Ndigbo should mind their business and let their neighboring minority ethnic groups be Nigeria will heal when a genuine truth and reconciliation exercise is carried out Biafra Remembrance: Nothing wrong with the sit at home directive from IPOB to their members Arsenal wins the FA Cup Final after crushing Chelsea

 

Popular Avoiding Domain Name Registration mistakes Steady electricity for Nigerians in 6 months or less Understanding Web Hosting Nigeria Online Scams: Where The EFCC Is Getting It Wrong Need to introduce the death penalty for corruption How EFCC can effectively tackle online scam (419) MTN 3G Internet service - Not yet uhuru Proposed energy tariff hike and privatization; the role energy efficiency can play Why it may take eternity for Nigeria to move forward How unique can a website be?

 

ARCHIVES

 

 

You cannot carry out fundamental change without a certain amount of madness. In this case, it comes from nonconformity, the courage to turn your back on the old formulas, the courage to invent the future. It took the madmen of yesterday for us to be able to act with extreme clarity today. I want to be one of those madmen. [...] We must dare to invent the future....Thomas Sankara

 

 

Build an electric transformer (DIY)

 

 

 

Articles Corruption (23)

 

Advertisement

 

 

 

Articles in pictures

 

| Advertise | Privacy Policy | Built with JBlog CMS | © 2017 Afam Nnaji - All rights reserved | Email | Powered by Just Web Services

 

| Advertise | Privacy Policy | Built with JBlog CMS | © 2017 Afam Nnaji - All rights reserved | Email | Powered by Just Web Services