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Monday 23 April 2018

"Nigerian Youths Are Lazy", Jubril, A Foreigner Insults Nigerian Citizens; The Undiscerning Youths Called For It

 By Eluwa Chidiebere Chinazu | Biafra Writers

April 23, 2018

Our people usually say that if you don't appreciate noise making while cooking, do not try to buy foodstuffs on credit. Recently, Nigerian youths have been so wounded and their name dragged through the mire by the utterances ensuing from their president. Nigerian youths across all works of life, within and outside the country has continued to pour out their frustrations and anger at their president, Rtd. General Muhammadu Buhari for describing them as being lazy, unproductive and illiterate youths. As they continue to lash out at Buhari, telling him to blame himself and his government, the big question is, what will be their actions towards that statement?

The president was asked a question after a keynote speech at the Commonwealth Business Forum in Westminster, London on Wednesday, and he has this to say: “We have a very young population; our population is estimated conservatively to be 180 million. More than 60 percent of the population is below the age of 30. “A lot of them have not been to school and they are claiming that Nigeria has been an oil-producing country, therefore, they should sit and do nothing and get housing, healthcare, and education free.”

A proper scrutiny and perusing of Mr. President's speech further lend credence to the all-heard fact that the person presiding over the affairs of the Nigerian government is a foreigner from Sudan. No sane person from Nigeria would refer to her youths as "lazy" citizens especially when discussing out of the shores of the country. It is only a foreigner that can say that as an act of racism.

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According to reliable foreign media outlets in London where the real president passed away in a London hospital, the president died on 23rd January 2017 and was buried in Saudi Arabia. Of course, there are no better ways for a foreigner to qualify youths whom he believes are psychologically lazy by not knowing that he is not their real president after many signs and facts are laid bound for the discerning minds.

On February 26, 2017, the Nation Newspaper confirmed that the real president of Nigeria was transfused with whole blood. This in nutshell indicates that the president is suffering from Anaemia. In the photos published,  his nail beds were pale which signifies one battling with clinical anaemia. Apart from this, the report that came from London stated that the president was intravenously fed meaning that he has Crohn's disease. In 2013, he had parts of his Colon removed after losing out in the presidential election contest with Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan. In 2016, Buhari was reported to be suffering from hemorrhoids and had his swollen veins near the human rectum removed. Above all, the president who is in his 70s was operated upon on a brain cancer. Putting all these into consideration, the psychologically lazy youths continued believing that their president is alive, hale and hearty.
It was a dream beyond the wildest imaginations of the impostor, Mr. Aminu Jubril to have been contracted to replace the dead Buhari. Jubril; a careless nobody from the streets of Khartoum in Sudan, given an offer such as no one would ever dream of which is to impersonate Buhari who has just departed. The deal was too sweet, the weight of influence and power almost dazed him. He was hired by the feudal lords of the desert(northern cabals) to pretend to be a person he never was and shall never be.

How would lazy Nigerian citizens believe that a foreigner should know that government should be blamed for the poor state of the schools, especially those in the rural areas. Most schools in the rural areas lack the basic amenities, they are in a deplorable state. Some school buildings have no roof, the children study under the heat of the sun, while some others has no seats. Students seat on anything they can lay their hands on in place of chairs and desks. The government has failed in living up to expectation in building schools and providing the basic needs in the educational sector. Meanwhile, the politicians and government officials’ children, go abroad for their studies to acquire good education because they know that good education is hardly obtainable in Nigeria.

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In the health sector, there are staggering inadequacies. In Nigeria, people die of treatable illnesses due to lack of credible equipment.  In a country where the healthcare system is not equipped to deal with present and future challenges, high number of unavoidable deaths becomes the story of the day as it is with Nigeria. Instead, the kleptomaniac and bulletproof politicians who made this evil situation possible, go outside the country with their family members for medicals.

The Nigerian youths are to be blamed for giving their subjugators a red carpet treatment, for not condemning the evil and persecution against Mazi Nnamdi Kanu the leader of the Biafran people who courageously came out to challenge the status quo. The youths are lazy that is why they stand helpless watching as they are been impoverished without standing tall for their rights. A foreigner has just given out his findings in these few days he has spent in Nigeria. The solution to the hardship and inappropriateness in Nigeria lies in the hands of the youths. Until they stand up and question the ills and faulty foundational system and understand that people with different value systems cannot live together as one country, then they will stop been lazy citizens. But for now, they are still #LazyNigerianYouths.

The Biafra Times
Edited By Chukwuemeka Chimerue
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