In Nigerian politics today,the 'Majority' i:e the MASSES are allowed to have their SAY while the 'Minority' i:e our LEADERS are allowed to have their WAY most times to the horrifying detriment of the Majority.when shall we the 'Majority' ever be bold enough to put a halt to this and lay a just demand on these few 'Minorities' and force them to do our biddings or fellow country men,is there no strenght in numbers again? ...someone pls school me.

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One of the greatest problems of the citizenry is ignorance. The other is poverty. Majority of Nigerians do not know their rights and so wallow in ignorance. They succumb easily to intimidation. They do not know that their votes can emancipate them from bad governance and so give it away for a morsel of bread. Poverty is also a major problem in the country. Our leaders make policies that will keep the citizens pepertually poor so that they can manipulate them for their selfish gains. A hungry man can go for any thing just to satisfy the hunger. Solution lies with us if we recognise our votes as instruments of change. Let us educate our people to vote wisely this time around. May God help us to do this.
i have resolved to chase dose wicked bald-headed rogues dat call demselves,Excellencies,distinguished senators n honorables outta d nas assembly if am given dat slightest opportunity.

Charles Ugochukwu Okere said:
One of the greatest problems of the citizenry is ignorance. The other is poverty. Majority of Nigerians do not know their rights and so wallow in ignorance. They succumb easily to intimidation. They do not know that their votes can emancipate them from bad governance and so give it away for a morsel of bread. Poverty is also a major problem in the country. Our leaders make policies that will keep the citizens pepertually poor so that they can manipulate them for their selfish gains. A hungry man can go for any thing just to satisfy the hunger. Solution lies with us if we recognise our votes as instruments of change. Let us educate our people to vote wisely this time around. May God help us to do this.
i have resolved to chase dose wicked bald-headed rogues dat call demselves,Excellencies,distinguished senators n honorables outta d nas assembly if am given dat slightest opportunity.

Charles Ugochukwu Okere said:
One of the greatest problems of the citizenry is ignorance. The other is poverty. Majority of Nigerians do not know their rights and so wallow in ignorance. They succumb easily to intimidation. They do not know that their votes can emancipate them from bad governance and so give it away for a morsel of bread. Poverty is also a major problem in the country. Our leaders make policies that will keep the citizens pepertually poor so that they can manipulate them for their selfish gains. A hungry man can go for any thing just to satisfy the hunger. Solution lies with us if we recognise our votes as instruments of change. Let us educate our people to vote wisely this time around. May God help us to do this.
i have resolved to chase dose wicked bald-headed rogues dat call demselves,Excellencies,distinguished senators n honorables outta d nas assembly if am given dat slightest opportunity.

Charles Ugochukwu Okere said:
One of the greatest problems of the citizenry is ignorance. The other is poverty. Majority of Nigerians do not know their rights and so wallow in ignorance. They succumb easily to intimidation. They do not know that their votes can emancipate them from bad governance and so give it away for a morsel of bread. Poverty is also a major problem in the country. Our leaders make policies that will keep the citizens pepertually poor so that they can manipulate them for their selfish gains. A hungry man can go for any thing just to satisfy the hunger. Solution lies with us if we recognise our votes as instruments of change. Let us educate our people to vote wisely this time around. May God help us to do this.
Thank you Mr. Charles, the solutions really lies in our hands and i think Nigerians are ready for that change more than ever now.

Charles Ugochukwu Okere said:
One of the greatest problems of the citizenry is ignorance. The other is poverty. Majority of Nigerians do not know their rights and so wallow in ignorance. They succumb easily to intimidation. They do not know that their votes can emancipate them from bad governance and so give it away for a morsel of bread. Poverty is also a major problem in the country. Our leaders make policies that will keep the citizens pepertually poor so that they can manipulate them for their selfish gains. A hungry man can go for any thing just to satisfy the hunger. Solution lies with us if we recognise our votes as instruments of change. Let us educate our people to vote wisely this time around. May God help us to do this.

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