From Extreme Poverty to Multidimensional Poverty, what is the next “accolade” for Nigeria?

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16 Responses

  1. Sunday Emenike says:

    THanks my beloved sister Chidinma. If you take a deep look at Nigeria’s development progress since independence, it is moving inversely towards anarchy. Days have gone when people ate three (3) square meals. In the early 60s, 70s and even 80s the Federal government took adquate care of the people. People’s lives were sacred and the Federal government then knew its corporate constitutional and social responsibilities.

    In those old good days there were no armed robbry, no kidnapping, no terrorists and you dont even talk of misapplication of government funds on non existent projects. But now animals eat animals to grow fat under the impulse of perpetuating ethnic hegemony. Buhari’s government is a disgrace and a write off period.

  2. Nnamdi Chimeka Dike says:

    Very incitive and well articulated article. The government of Nigeria has really failed Nigerian s. I truly hope they will do the needful before the situation alienates our nation.

  3. Nnamdi Chimeka Dike says:

    Very incitive and well articulated article. The government of Nigeria has really failed Nigerian s. I truly hope they will do the needful before the situation alienates our nation.

  4. Fausiat says:

    Welldone for this brilliant write up Chidinma. Nigeria issues are too depressing to think about. Thanks for calling our leaders attention to their duty once again.

  5. Ekwenta Ifesinachi says:

    Beautiful and Timeless Piece! The truth is Nigerians are truly not ready for the change we craving for, we only wish for a better Nigeria Everyday but don’t take pragmatic efforts to actualize it. We need to be more proactive in demand for justice, accountability and responsiveness. Nothings scares the government than a phalanx of determined citizens, but here we are with millions of youths who haven’t even discovered themselves, don’t even know what they want to become and do with their lives, it’s so pathetic that we now even have to beg for what is rightly ours, little wonder they say “in the absence of purpose, misery is inevitable”. Millions of youth with misplaced priorities!… Until we fix this issues within ourselves we would only keep barking like a wounded LION on social media! Peace Be Unto You now it’s around you.

  6. AJIKE EMEKA says:

    This is wonderful mma.

    “For Nigeria to be democratically successful, inclusion is of great importance because from the North to the South, East to West, there is no other Nigeria we have but this”.

    You nailed it here.

  7. Mazi Eze says:

    Incisive comments!
    Comprehensively-conceived and painstakingly-articulated!
    A clarion call on the government to wake up to the onerous task of serious governance.
    Alas, we have a sitting government peopled by morally-bankrupt politicians!
    Sad.
    Very sad!

  8. Chiclasweet says:

    Very well written dear, I hope the President listens and acts rightly

  9. Chiclasweet says:

    Very well written, I hope the President listens and act rightly

  10. MunaGod says:

    It is quite a pity that we have gotten to this level and our leaders still behaves as if nothing is wrong. The clock is ticking and one day the people will surely act.

  11. MunaGod says:

    It is quite a pity that we have gotten to this level and our leaders still behaves as if nothing is wrong. The clock is ticking and one day the people will surely act.

  12. Destiny-Stanley says:

    Nice one. Very pathetic is the condition of our dear.

  13. Uba Obinna says:

    Well articulated and it keep me speechless. But our leaders have been given the ears but they can’t listen,even in seeing they can’t see it coming till it destroys them. May GOD save and protect us in Nigeria.

  14. Joy peters says:

    You did very well dear….if only he (buhari) would listen.
    More good works dear….

  15. Princewill says:

    Well written. I hope the intended makes the most of it

    • Anonymous says:

      I am with you on the fact that we need a responsible government and I really wish that our voices are not just limited to this platform. They need to constantly get the vibes from the echoing voices of the masses agitating for a new dawn; they should know that we are disappointed in them and cannot live with the fact that our government is a failed one.

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