Following political parties and their various candidate and candidates manifestos, many questions go through our minds to get a possible answer towards the condition of the economy of Nigeria..
Nigeria is one popular country in the continent of Africa. It’s well known for its unique citizens who smile even in the face of danger, who are able to withstand pressure no matter how long it tends to last.
Nigerians in many other countries are well known for this fact and at such are usually engaged in hard labour for survival, especially outside foreign countries…
Another four years has come and will and by next year February 16 2019, as power must change hand to give way for others to rule the people.
In such a time like this, many are wise and use their constitutional right to the fullest by voting in the person of their choice without being forced to, by bribery or corruption..
It’s well known that our Nigeria has been tagged a corruption Nation, not that other countries are free from this said corruption but because ours is so sung like the rhymes we read back in or nursery schools…
The citizens of Nigeria are living in fear for the up coming election, as many questions begin to arise..
Many fear for the return of recession and uncertainty of higher level of income… While considering the common wage issue now in this season.. It’s very obvious that the organised private sector of the economy (labour and government) will therefore benefit from minimum wage issue while the unorganized private sector of the economy will be affected, even though the rulers of the nation seems to see them surviving without considering imbalance issue on this upcoming business owners..
Many things are wrong because the time has come when people sell their constitutional right for just a derica of rice, tin tomatoes, polo and caps, and may be a token of #5000..
Awake Nation to fight for what is right.. Fear must be conquered from inside and learn to die like the Mandela of South Africa foe what is right..