Ofcourse, everybody that calls or identifies himself or herself as a Nigerian, has a role to play in the progress of Nigeria but the progress will not commence if each and everyone of us refuse to take an individual step towards a progressive Nigeria.
See the nation as a CAR, The government and law enforcement agents are just appointed drivers who conveys the vehicle from point A to point B.
We the citizens are the initial panel of achitects, engineers and mechanics that designed and determined the capacity and capability of the presented vehicle; so if the CAR is not driven as stipulated by us, we have the right to summon up the driver that violated the set down driving regulations to accountability but instead we sit down to complain, avert blames and cry our eyes out.
The future of Nigeria is in your hands and not in the hands of the government, the government is made up of our servants; yes! people appointed to serve us and not the other way around and the servant is expected to respect and hold his master exteem/supreme.
Until Nigerians know this and take control, things will remain in a retrogressive state as it is today because, manna will not fall from HEAVEN, we will have to do it ourselves, by collectively walking the walk and dancing the dance to make Nigeria the progressive country we all desire.