DIFFERENT STROKES! by Adewale Sobowale

Nigeria’s 61st independence anniversary has come and gone. However, so many thoughts reverberated during the period.

One is some people are saying Nigeria is not good, yet others are making it.

I just wanted to ask, what’s the percentage of people that are making it?

Apart from that, should it be a crime for someone to decide he wants to be among the hoi polloi of society? The anonymous citizen Muda for instance.

Does government not owe him some or even all the rights?

I believe anyone is free to decide he wants to be a nobody!

The other view is not criticising the government. I tend to believe this particular idea is not okay. The world is now a global village. Apart from that, in most cases, what people in Nigeria don’t know is already apparent to people abroad.

By the way, if the government had done well, should we not talk about it

Personally, I tend not to blame government. I would rather blame the people who voted them in. If we say they were selected, what were we looking at that we couldn”t defend our democracy?

But then, we can’t sleep in one place and our heads will face one direction.

We think differently!


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