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2023: NIGERIA IS A SELLOUT! (FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA PLC) By Fidelis Obi

OPINION

By Fidelis Obi

Nigeria is our country, not the country of oligarchs

After decades of military incursion in governance, the democratic process from 1999 till date has been characterised with corruption, maladministration, ideological vacuum or clueless direction, policy somersaults, sectionality,  religious bigotry, and the worst; insecurity; today, Banditory, Bokoharam, kidnapping & ritualism is the most profitable business in Nigeria after the Oil sector We must not also forget in a hurry the END SARS saga that sent the Nigerian youths to their early graves.

Our so-called democratic dispensation has been manned by kleptomaniacs parading themselves as democrats using the vehicle of political parties as a tool during electioneering to buy off the birthright of Nigerians and loot our national treasure. The Oligarchs have personalized our country rather than nationalized it. Our Oil blocks have been allocated to enrich a few loyalists and eulogists as against our national interest.

They use the nepotic mercenaries they hand-picked from the 36 states of the federation to monopolize our common national dream and aspirations.

I want Nigerian leaders past and present of all categories of elected political positions and appointees including Presidents, Governors, Senators, Representatives,  Ministers, State House of Assembly, Permanent Secretaries,  Commissioners, LGA chairmen, Councilors, and Civil servants, etc to know that the destiny of Nigerians can no longer be taken for granted, we cannot be fooled forever.

This is a wake-up call to all Nigerians irrespective of our ethnic-religious background.

Nigeria is our country, not the country of oligarchs.

Let us shine our eyes on who to choose irrespective of ethnic undertone! Nigeria is a sellout!!!

May God help the people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria from these Pharaohs. Amen!

Fidelis Obi, a Nigerian pastor writes from Lagos.

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