Nigeria is destined to be prosperous, and despite the odds, Nigerians will get her to prosperity because millions will rise and re-establish her. The problem is not Nigeria; it is the constitution. This happens to be a faulty document upon which some soldiers and their incompetent surrogates formed Nigeria. Hence, Nigeria has perpetuated this weak foundation to become a modern-day confusion incapable of fully thriving in this multifaceted world.
At the time of the independence, this power was not fought for nor attained by employing violence or societal performance. The British handed over this power to Nigeria with hopes for sustainable governance, the cohesion of power and democracy for and by the Nigerians. However, not everything went according to hopes and dreams, especially with the knowledge economy.
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