Have we forgotten who we are, where we came from, our common heritage and kaizen. Why do we forget so fast, the pains we once suffered and how we wobbled out to independence. It's a sin we all commit, the sin of forgetting where we came out from. It's sad that only few bother about the way out of our national mess, everyone is finding his own way, not necessarily for the good of all. "Yet this is Nigeria, a Nigeria to be proud of"

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If u are in a relationship and d other party wants 2 walk away 4rm d relationship, do u foist d relationship on him or what will u do?
We have certainly  not forgotten where we are coming from.  The only problem with us is that the rate of poverty is high and that has tended to overshadow patrotism and national consciousness.  You know a hungry man is an angry man.  Except our leaders do something urgently to address the issue of poverty in the land, we may not expect much from the majority of Nigerians in terms of loyalty and patrotism.
A little situation may lead a person 2forgt where he/she are.Nation shld redress some certian thngs dat makes someone 2forgt whr he is.
A little situation may lead a person 2forgt where he/she are.Nation shld redress some certian thngs dat makes someone 2forgt whr he is.
Well, i was in your shoes and there is definately a way out. what i will say is don't do or be involved in what keeps hurting you. whatever hurts you is not good for you. Abstain for a while and enjoy the peace that would come. Nobody is the best, you would get someone else soon, just be good yourself and be at watch for good and simple characters and not appearances. Don't be surprised people who appear good, bring the greatest aches.

Eze, Uche Eze said:
If u are in a relationship and d other party wants 2 walk away 4rm d relationship, do u foist d relationship on him or what will u do?

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