Nigeria @ 46, where do we go from here?

Adeola Aderounmu

On Oct 1st, 1960, Nigeria officially obtained her independence from the British Govt. Ever since then the values of our lives have diminished tremendously. A few idiots have plundered the National Treasury to personal gains. The grave consequences of this unwelcomed attitude of deep corruption is devasting hardship on majority of Nigerians.  Everything that can be used to measure the quality of life is in a sorry state save for the handling of GSM phones by dick, tom and harry.

Education, Power supply, water, roads, medical facilities, clean environment and a few other important things that bring happiness are either redundant, extinct or in coma.

At 46, what a shame! Nigeria, wherewithal thy glory?

One thought on “Nigeria @ 46, where do we go from here?

  1. Its a big shame that 11yrs after this article was written, we are still grappling with the same issues of Epileptic power supply, bad roads, water… What bothers me the most is that it looks as if these would still be the issues in 10yrs time. Where do we go from here?


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