Sey na like this we go dey dey?

In 1979, Bamanga Tukur was the Governor of the defunct Gongola State (now Adamawa & Taraba) and 33 years after he is today the Chairman of the ruling Party, The PDP;

Dr. Bello Halliru was commissioner in the Old Sokoto State (now Sokoto, Kebbi & Zamfara) and 33 years after he is today Minister of Defence;

Major General David Mark (rtd) was the military governor of Niger State in 1984 and 28 yearsafter he is today the Senate President;

Gov. Murtala Nyako was the governor of Niger State in 1976 and 36 years after he is today the Governor of Adamawa State;

Ogbonnaya Onu was governor of Abia State in 1992 and 20 years after he is today the National Chairman of ANPP;

Gov. David Jonah Jang was the governor of Benue State in 1985 and 27 years after he is today the governor of plateau state;

and Martins Elechi the Ebonyi State Governor is over 80 years old!

Only in Nigeria is this possible, where the youth of today have no hope into the future!

Where do we go from here?

People Deceive People (PDP),

In 1985, IBB was the president of Nigeria and our teachers told us that Buhari was the former Head of state..Our teacher also called us the leaders of tomorrow..27 years later, IBB and Buhari are still contesting for President..Its either our teacher lied to us about being the leaders of tomorrow..Or tomorrow is yet to come..

Who’s fooling who?.Let’s stand A̶̲̥̅̊₪d̶̲̥̅̊ fight for our right cos we ar d leaders of Today… Pls let all youth align together and fight for the unborn. We can’t continue like this.

2 thoughts on “Sey na like this we go dey dey?

  1. Me too am tired and i weep 4 nigeria and the gross degradation of our youths,no job no money no hope 4 tomorrow cos not becos u have not gotten an education but simply becos there is no connection in high places neither is there money to buy highest bider jobslot. But How do we fight this ugly trend,how?

  2. Who is fooling who? No, our teachers didn’t lie to us in those days about being the leaders of tomorrow. The interesting fact is that tomorrow NEVER ends! And don’t forget, some of us are leaders today, agreed NOT many!

    What Josh said is also correct, the problem is there is job nor hope for the Nigerian youth, but there is always hope when there is life. We pray that one day soon Nigeria will be blessed with a leader that really cares for Nigeria and NOT just for himself and his family. A leader who wants to address some of glaring problems of Nigeria today; unemployment,
    housing problems, health care problem, good education for every child, etc, etc… Once and when some of these problems are solved, our youths will have a reason to want to fight for Nigeria and have hope for a better life.

    We have a long way to go yet. Buy it is the duty of all Nigerian to want to trek that extra mile to work for a better Nigeria for themselves and that of their children. We can ONLY succeed if we are all walking in the same positive direction.

    Our great, great grand fathers said “United We Stand, Divided We Fall” I believe them.

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