Nigeria no longer needs a protest that reacts to what leaders do, what we now need is to demand what they should do. We need to start asking for them to do what we all collectively see as right and good. If leaders do not know what to do in office, it is time we channel our protests to teach them how things should be done rather than waiting for an error from them to protest.
Nigerians who have the means are known for the proliferation of visas and each country’s visa has its benefits; some for childbirth, some for education, some for emergency health situations, some for when the country decides to go to a war that will leave everyone threatened and some for tourism and to go and see the world.
We understand that Atiku is dazed with the reality that his time is up and he will retire with his honours as Vice-President but Nigeria also needs to move on as there are young people to groom in leading Nigeria. He needs to move on too.
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3. The career and political projection of the late Shagari who started out as a school teacher, who later joined politics, held numerous high offices, culminating in his election as the President under the platform of the National Party of Nigeria (NPN) was the stuff of legends.
“Violence could intensify, triggering more displacements and exacerbating food insecurity for millions of Nigerians. @segalink
“When we came to power, Boko Haram was holding 17 local governments in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa. But today they are not holding any local local government.’’