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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

We Move Nigeria; Happy Independence Day.

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We Move Nigeria; Happy Independence  Day.


As an optimist, I try to see things from a different angle even when all isn’t well. I am not living in an illusion or in denial of the rot but I am of a belief that when things aren’t working it is just a phase. And phases always come to an end. This is what I think about  present Nigeria.


I know a lot of people  aren’t happy about  today being the country’s  60th Independence Day. The economy in shambles, the current  administration doesn’t seem to get anything right, unemployment on the rise, police brutality. Nigeria as a whole is a death trap. I know and I agree. But one reason why I believe that Nigeria  will come good is because of Nigerians. Nigerians are special breeds; our energetic  nature always make things thick for us. I think it is a special  gift the creator endowed  us with.


Everywhere  Nigerians are found, their dogged nature brings them success . That is why irrespective of how bad the economy  has been we have recorded a number of individual successes. Our youths are doing us proud. In Bwari Area Council where I come from, the energetic youths gives me more than a glimmer of hope than today and tomorrow are bright. Youths are beginning  to leave the shadows, coming out in droves to take up the challenge  of bettering the country. Particularly in politics, youths have now said to themselves it won’t be business  as usual again. We are taking the bull out of the cage with bare hands, so much courage and by the horn. With this, I can say that the future is the moon and its brightness.


We move Nigeria, things can only get better.


My condolences to the whole of Bwari  Area Council and the family of Hon. John Gabaya, Chairman Bwari Area Council,  on the demise of our mother, wife and sister.


Theotanko Chigudu

01.10.2020

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