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Monday 27 April 2020

Nigeria: Revolution the Only Hope of the People

Nigeria: Revolution the Only Hope of the People

April 27, 2020

By Eluwa Chidiebere Chinazu | Biafra Writers

It's so annoying to see Nigerians dying of hunger in just two weeks of lockdown. Even little blessed countries have stayed for two months without complain. This is a sign of how bad the Nigerian government is. Nigeria, being a country that is blessed with human and natural resources like Bitumen, Coal, Oil, Gas, Gold, Iron Ore, Lead, Zinc, Salt, Tin, Cocoa, Oil Palm, Cotton, Rubber, and the likes, should be sharing money to her citizens at this critical period and not sharing death.

Countries are busy caring for their citizens but in Nigeria, they are busy looting and endangering the lives of their citizens out of their selfishness. In a country like this, with no intention to change, what is the hope of the wretched citizens if not revolution?

Mismanagement and looting have crippled the country to the point that salvaging it is unattainable. Young looters are groomed to replace the old ones, thereby making mismanagement a continuous process. The country keeps on moving from one corrupt system to another because there's no good political party in Nigeria.

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People are looting trucks carrying foodstuffs due to severe hunger. In the midst of all this, the armed forces are busy killing people here and there. Instead of leaving the people to nurse the wound being meted out to them by successive bad regimes, they are being slaughtered like fowls.

The only antidote to this madness is total revolution by the people. If not revolution, then the people should be ready to bury one another. Stand against this evil regime and save yourself from the doom.

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Edited By Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
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